sicp 1.1.7

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1.1.7  Example: Square Roots by Newton's Method

MIT/GNU Scheme running under GNU/Linux
Type `^C' (control-C) followed by `H' to obtain information about interrupts.

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1 ]=> ^C
Interrupt option (? for help): 

^B: Enter a breakpoint loop.
^C: Goto to top level read-eval-print (REP) loop.
^L: Clear the screen.
^U: Up to previous (lower numbered) REP loop.
^X: Abort to current REP loop.
D: Debugging: change interpreter flags.
E: Examine memory location.
H: Print simple information on interrupts.
I: Ignore interrupt request.
Q: Quit instantly, killing Scheme.
R: Hard reset, possibly killing Scheme in the process.
T: Stack trace.
Z: Quit instantly, suspending Scheme.

applicative-order evaluation

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read-eval-print or (REP) ,I don't know what that mean

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