Fundamentals of Computer Science I (CS151.02 2007S)
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Held: Friday, January 26, 2007
Summary: Today we begin your exploration of the Scheme programming language (and of algorithm development) in earnest.
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Overview:
naturallanguages can be ambiguous. At the very least, they have many similar structures that are interpreted very differently. Consider the classic pair of
(+ 2 3 4) (sqrt 4) (expt 2 3)
+
: Sum its parameters.
*
: Compute the product of its parameters.

: Subtract the second parameter from the first.
(sqrt val)
: Compute the square root of val.
(expt v p)
: Compute v^{p}.
(abs v)
: Compute the absolute value of v.
(max v1 v2 ... vn)
: Determine the largest of the given values.
(min v1 v2 ... vn)
: Determine the smallest of the given values.
lambda
that you'll
learn about soon was just a hmmm ... that sounds interesting, I'll put it influke.
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Reference:
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Related Courses:
[CSC151 2006F (Rebelsky)]
[CSC151.01 2007S (Davis)]
[CSCS151 2005S (Stone)]
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