For your Scheme quick reference needs:
- As a PocketMod, a 6-letter booklet you can print at home. Print, fold, and cut.
- Also, source available, posted on codepad.org. Reformat as needed.
A while back I had explored the problem of the “ideal” programming language quick-reference card. If you’ve worked a bit in a particular language and then shelve it for a while, all you need is something to jog your memory. It should list common syntax and functions, and their arguments. It should also be very small – if you have to flip through many pages to find what you want, you might as well Google it.
A recent work project had me digging up my QR list for Scheme. It was already too big to fit on an index card, and yet was lacking input/output. Then I remembered reading about PocketMod on LifeHacker, a trivial scheme to create a small booklet from a common letter/A4 sized page. Bingo.
The above links provide the first draft. Enjoy free-of-charge for personal use.