Fundamentals of Computer Science I (CSC-151.02 2000F)


Class 19: Scheme without DrScheme

Back to Side effects, sequencing, and output. On to CGI scripting.

Held Tuesday, September 26, 2000

Summary

Today we continue our exploration of interactive Scheme programs by seeing how to write Scheme programs that run without DrScheme.

Notes

Overview


An Interactive Square Root, Revisited

Working Without DrScheme

A Simple Application

a. Write a procedure,

(summarize-person list)

that uses display to print a helpful summary of a person.

b. Test your procedure using '(SamR Dark Brown Plaid)

c. Test your procedure using (assoc 'John people)

d. Write a procedure that reads in a person's name and prints out a summary.

e. Turn all of your stuff into a Scheme .ss file.

f. Run it using MzScheme.


History

Thursday, 24 August 2000

Tuesday, 26 September 2000

Back to Side effects, sequencing, and output. On to CGI scripting.


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