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Department
Computer Science
Course
CS 135
Professor
Sandy Graham
Semester
Fall

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Programming Language Imperative Based on frequent changes to data Functional Based on the computation of new values rather than the transformation of old ones Scheme Dialect a subset of a programming language that contains parts of the language Racketdialect of Scheme Comparing Mathematical Functions to programs in Racket Parameters Similar to variables such asInfix Notation1 3 as opposed to prefix notation 13 Defining Functions in Scheme2 Mathematical form f is defined as define f xx xMathematical form g y xy is defined as define g x yx y Evaluating Scheme Expressions Assuming the two definitions above g g 1 3 f 2 equates to 8 Dr Racket processes it in this manner
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