CSE 341 -- Programming Languages
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Steve Tanimoto (instructor) and Jeremy Baer (teaching assistant).
Assignment L1Version 1.0 of April 20
Lisp WarmupDue date and time: Monday, April 26, 1999, at 12:30 (at the beginning of class).
Turn in this assignment as a hardcopy printout.
Instructions: Read Chapters 1-13. In Chapters 2-10,
perform all of the end-of-chapter exercises, but don't turn those in unless
they are listed in the following list. Do the following exercises and do
turn in both the source and 2 test runs for each function (unless specified
Chapter 7: #1, 2, 3.
Chapter 9: #1.
Chapter 11: #2, 3, 4.
Chapter 12: # 1.
Chapter 13: #1.
Finally, choose one of the following exercises in Chapter 31, write your function, and show 4 test runs for it with different data.
# 20 (permutations)
# 21 (sequence recognition)
# 23 (formula simplification)
Individual Work: This assignment requires individual work.
Do NOT work in teams on this assignment..
Programming style: In your solution to the last part of
the assignment (choice of #20, 21, or 23 in Chapter 31), comment your function
definition clearly with approximately one comment per line of code.
In all of your exercises, use a neat and consistent format for your code,
indenting subexpressions appropriately and choosing symbol names that are
appropriate to the function they perform in your programs.