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Functional Programming in Scheme
Name binding, Recursion, Iteration, and Continuations
The equivalent meaning of let

We will here understand the underlying, equivalent form of a let name binding construct

(let ((n1 e1)
      (nk ek))

((lambda (n1 ... nk) body-expr)
   e1 ... ek)