a. Make new copies of the following files in your
Remember that you can copy files by holding down the right mouse button on a link and then selecting ``Save Link As ...'' from the menu that pops up.
b. Create a file called
cs.cgi in the same directory. It
should contain the following lines (at the left margin).
#!/bin/bash export PATH="/net/bin:/usr/local/bin" mzscheme -r cs.ss
c. Share all those files. You might do the following in a shell window.
cd public_html share *.ss share cs.cgi
cs.cgi executable. In the same shell window, type
chmod a+x cs.cgi
cs.cgi in a shell window. Report on the results.
f. Try loading
cs.cgi from your browser. Report on the results.
If you get an error, try loading
cs.ss (and the accompanying files) and, to
the best of your ability, explain what it does and how.
cs-courses.ss so that it includes the text
``AKA nickname'' on a separate line, rather than in
b. Check the effect of these changes by reloading
a. Add another course (you can make it up) to the list of CS courses.
b. Check the effect of this change by reloading
a. Add a list of adjectives (as strings) to the course record.
course->html so that it prints the adjectives
along with everything else.
c. Check the effect of this change by reloading
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