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Held: Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Summary: Today we explore Scheme's list data structure and some ways to use lists to make interesting images.
(list val1 val2 ... valn)
(make-list n value)
(map func lst)>. Apply a function to each element of a list.
(map drawing-transform list-of-drawings list-of-values)
(append lst1 lst2)- join two lists
(reverse lst)- just what it sounds like
(list-take lst n)- take the first n elements of a list
(list-drop lst n)- drop the first elements of a list
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