Fundamentals of Computer Science I (CS151.01 2006F)
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Assigned: Friday, 3 November 2006
Due: Tuesday, 7 November 2006
No extensions!
Summary: In this assignment, you will write your own higherorder procedure.
Purposes: To help you think about higherorder procedures and how they might help with control.
Expected Time: One to two hours.
Collaboration: You may work in a group of any size between one and four, inclusive. You may consult others outside your group, provided you cite those others. You need only submit one assignment per group.
Submitting: Email me your work, using a subject of CSC151 Homework 12.
Warning: So that this exercise is a learning assignment for everyone, I may spend class time publicly critiquing your work.
As you've seen in our discussions this past week, one of the
key ideas in functional programming is that you can factor out
common control structures. We've seen it possible to factor out the
process of building a new list by recursing over the list with map
and to factor out the process of checking all the values in a list with
listof?
.
Here's another common task: Counting values that match some predicate. We've written procedures that count the number of symbols in a list and that count the number of odd numbers in a list of numbers.
(define tallysymbols (lambda (lst) (cond ((null? lst) 0) ((symbol? (car lst)) (+ 1 (tallysymbols (cdr lst)))) (else (tallysymbols (cdr lst)))))) (define tallyodds (lambda (lst) (cond ((null? lst) 0) ((odd? (car lst)) (+ 1 (tallyodds (cdr lst)))) (else (tallyodds (cdr lst))))))
a. Write a procedure, (tally pred? lst)
, that counts the
number of values in lst
for which pred?
holds.
b. Rewrite tallysymbols
and tallyodds
using tally
.
c. Write a procedure, tallyas
, which takes a list of
integers (representing grades) as a parameter and returns the number of
values that are 90 and above. You should not verify the preconditions
of the procedure (that is, do not check that it's a list of integers).
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