- Start a REPL (interactive shell):
- Execute a Racket script:
- Execute a Racket expression:
racket --eval "expression"
- Run module as a script (terminates option list):
racket --lib module_name --main arguments
- Start a REPL (interactive shell) for the
racket -I typed/racket
racket [ option ... ] [ argument ... ]
for a list of command-line options and other start-up information.
Supplying no arguments to racket is the same as supplying the -i option for interactive evaluation.
Supplying non-switch, non-configuration arguments to racket is the same as putting -u before the arguments to run the first one as a module-based script.
For further information, run
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Alternately, consult the on-line documentation and other information available at
Racket was implemented by Matthew Flatt and PLT. It was originally based on libscheme, written by Brent Benson.
raco(1), drracket(1), gracket(1)
drracket(1), gracket(1), mzc(1), mzscheme(1), raco(1), setup-plt(1).