How to use this tool?

This free online converter lets you convert code from Scheme to Haskell in a click of a button. To use this converter, take the following steps -

  1. Type or paste your Scheme code in the input box.
  2. Click the convert button.
  3. The resulting Haskell code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

Key differences between Scheme and Haskell

SyntaxScheme has a simple and minimalist syntax, with a heavy use of parentheses and prefix notation.Haskell has a more complex syntax compared to Scheme, with a mix of infix and prefix notation.
ParadigmScheme is a multi-paradigm language, supporting both functional and imperative programming.Haskell is a purely functional language, focusing on functional programming paradigms.
TypingScheme is dynamically typed, allowing for flexible and dynamic programming.Haskell is statically typed, providing strong type checking and compile-time guarantees.
PerformanceScheme is generally considered to have good performance, but it can be slower than languages with more optimized compilers.Haskell is known for its strong performance, thanks to its advanced compiler optimizations.
Libraries and frameworksScheme has a smaller ecosystem of libraries and frameworks compared to Haskell.Haskell has a rich ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, making it easier to find existing solutions for various tasks.
Community and supportScheme has a smaller community compared to Haskell, but it still has active users and support.Haskell has a vibrant and active community, with extensive support and resources available.
Learning curveScheme has a relatively low learning curve, especially for programmers familiar with Lisp-like languages.Haskell has a steeper learning curve, requiring a deeper understanding of functional programming concepts.