anonymous
  • anonymous
my programing in sicp is so poor. give me some hint to get scope on this scheme sicp? how can i improved it? i can understand the scheme but i cant do coding of it
MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Spring 2005
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you understand it, why can't you code in it? If you can't code in it then there must be a fundamental problem in understanding it. Have you programmed in any other languages before?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Shan_munir, I think you meant you can read Scheme, but have difficulty in coding scheme? Since Scheme is a programming language, one way to be better at it is to use this programming language to solve various problems. The more you use the language, the more you know how to express solution(s) in this language.
anonymous
  • anonymous
continue to try

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anonymous
  • anonymous
There's a Lisp book primarily concerned with solving problems. It is called How To Design Programs and is freely available at http://htdp.org. Give that book a chance. Since you know Lisp quite well, you can begin at a later chapter --- for example, chapter 9.

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