|CHAPTER 5: STRINGS AND CHARACTERS
- Read Chapter 5.
- Do the exercises of Chapter 5 in acl running within XEmacs.
- Create a file named
ch5.cl and put into it the
answers to Exercises 5.19, 5.20, and 5.21.
The answer to Exercise 5.19 will be a string. This is a tricky
question. Contemplate Exercise 5.17 if you're confused.
The answer to Exercise 5.20 will either be
NIL This is easy. Just type the form into the Lisp
listener, and transcribe the answer.
- There will be two answers to Exercise 5.21, each of which is
NIL Again, just ask Lisp, and
transcribe the answers.
ch5.cl, either by executing
ch5.cl as a shell command, or by having Lisp evaluate
(shell "submit_cse202 ch5.cl"). Notice that you can execute
any shell command from within Lisp by evaluating the function
shell with one argument, which is a string consisting of
the shell command.
- Remember to do all the exercises of Chapter 5, not just the ones
I'm asking you to submit.