- n. programming A person who programs in Scheme.
- Scheme + -er (Wiktionary)
“Schemer," she said, as she dropped a kiss on the back of Julie's neck,”
“I'm having fun going through a computer-programming book called The Little Schemer.”
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“For all of his billions in faked profits, convicted Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff recently got into a very real fight with a fellow inmate over ...”
“Also in the mix – Saul Williams, Justin Chin, Mums the Schemer ….”
“She pointed out how the stage in Shining Time Station began over on the right with a lot of mischief: Schemer and his arcade, the moneymaking schemes, always creating hassles and anarchy and chaos.”
“You can find not very dissimilar, well-rated palettes at Color Schemer and other such sites.”
“A stakeout scene, with O'Brien tailing the counterfeit ring's middleman, nicknamed "the Schemer" Wallace Ford, becomes an exercise in creative cinematography: long shots of shadowy streets with the agent sulking in pursuit, then a wonderful sequence in a club where O'Brien hides in a phone booth, and the interior of the club is seen reflected in the glass in front of him.”
“The film's unspoken emotional center is clearly the scene where Genaro, while undercover and walking with the Schemer, accidentally runs into his wife Mary June Lockhart and her friend.”
“I'm going to write up a Scala version of foldLeft in the style of The Little Schemer.”
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