This lively introduction to computer science and computer programming in Scheme is for non-computer science majors with a strong interest in the subject and for computer science majors who lack prior programming experience. The text allows the student to experience the computer as a tool for expressing ideas, not as a frustrating set of mathematical obstacles. This goal is supported by the use of Scheme, a modern dialect of Lisp, designed to emphasize symbolic programming.We use display, which doesna#39;t move to the next line after printing its argument: ( define (show-addition x y) (display x) (display a#39;+) (display y) (display a#39;=) (show ( + x y))) (The last one is a show because we do want to start a new line after it.)anbsp;...
|Author||:||Brian Harvey, Matthew Wright|
|Publisher||:||MIT Press - 1999|