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How to build 2 lists using only 1 list in Scheme?
How to build 2 lists using only 1 list in Scheme?
I wish this helpful for you You don't mention which implementation you're using so I'll go with Racket which is what I am most familiar with.Some remarks:
TAG : function-programming
Date : November 10 2020, 09:01 AM , By : Jonas Rockenbauer
How to get try function to work?
How to get try function to work?
this will help I want my function (named try) to make sure that: , Not tested, but what you describe would be expressed as
TAG : function-programming
Date : November 01 2020, 01:05 PM , By : neophytep
Racket - Picking a random element from a list
Racket - Picking a random element from a list
Does that help I'm not sure how to make this code work, its so late here that I think my brain has stopped functioning, anyone care to give me a hand? , This passes your tests:
TAG : function-programming
Date : October 31 2020, 05:43 PM , By : sheng chen
Racket - How to assign a length to a list
Racket - How to assign a length to a list
it fixes the issue The length of a list is the number of elements it contains. So you can't "assign a length to a list".However you can create a list with a certain number of elements, more conveniently. Assuming lang racket, you can use build-list.
TAG : function-programming
Date : October 31 2020, 05:43 PM , By : Steven
SICP - Imperative versus Functional implementation of factorial
SICP - Imperative versus Functional implementation of factorial
help you fix your problem Your solution is splendidly mad, because it looks imperative, but it really isn't. (Some of what follows is Racket-specific, but not in any way that matters.)Starting with your implementation:
TAG : function-programming
Date : October 25 2020, 07:18 PM , By : Mr.Robot
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