CS 61A         Summer 2011                Lab 8

1. Given below is a simplified version of the make-account procedure on page 223 of Abelson and Sussman.

(define (make-account balance)

(define (withdraw amount)

(set! balance (- balance amount)) balance)

(define (deposit amount)

(set! balance (+ balance amount)) balance)

(define (dispatch msg)

(cond

((eq? msg ’withdraw) withdraw)

((eq? msg ’deposit) deposit) ) )

dispatch)

Fill in the blank  in the following code so that the result  works exactly  the same as the make-account procedure above, that is, responds to the same messages and produces the same return values.  The differences between the two procedures  are that the inside of make-account above is enclosed in the let below, and the names of the parameter to make-account are different.

(define (make-account init-amount)

(let (           )

(define (withdraw amount)

(set! balance (- balance amount)) balance)

(define (deposit amount)

(set! balance (+ balance amount)) balance)

(define (dispatch msg)

(cond

((eq? msg ’withdraw) withdraw)

((eq? msg ’deposit) deposit) ) )

dispatch) )

2.  Modify either version of make-account so that, given the message balance,  it  returns  the current account  balance,  and  given the message init-balance,  it  returns  the amount  with  which the account was initially created.  For example:

> (define acc (make-account 100))

acc

> (acc ’balance)

100

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3. Modify make-account so that, given the message transactions, it returns a list of all transactions made since the account was opened.  For example:

> (define acc (make-account 100))

acc

> ((acc ’withdraw) 50)

50

> ((acc ’deposit) 10)

60

> (acc ’transactions)

((withdraw 50) (deposit 10))

4. Given this definition:

(define (plus1 var)

(set! var (+ var 1))

var)

Show the result of computing

(plus1 5)

using the substitution model.  That is, show the expression that results from substituting 5 for var in the body  of plus1,  and  then compute the value of the resulting  expression. What is the actual result from Scheme?

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This  lab activity consists of example  programs  for you to run in Scheme.  Predict the result before you try each example.  If you don’t understand what Scheme actually does, ask for help!  Don’t waste your time by just typing this in without paying  attention to the results.

(lambda (x) (+ x n)))                           (let ((a 3))

(+ x a)))

(let ((a 3))

(define (f x) (make-adder 3))                             (lambda (x) (+ x a))))

(f 5)                                                         (k 5)

(define g (make-adder 3))                                  (define m

(lambda (x)

(g 5)

(let ((a 3))

(+ x a))))

(lambda (x)                                                (m 5)

(if (equal? x ’new)

(set! n (+ n 1))                                  (define p

(+ x n))))                                      (let ((a 3))

(lambda (x)

(define h (make-funny-adder 3))                                 (if (equal? x ’new)

(set! a (+ a 1))

(define j (make-funny-adder 7)                                                                        (+ x a)))))

(h 5)                                              (p 5)

(h 5)                                                        (p 5)

(h ’new)                                            (p ’new)

(h 5)                                                   (p 5)

(j 5)

(define r

(lambda (x)

(let ((a 3))                                                       (let ((a 3))

(+ 5 a))

(if (equal? x ‘new)

(set! a (+ a 1))

(let ((a 3))                                                                                                   (+ x a)))))

(lambda (x) (+ x a)))

(r 5)

((let ((a 3))

(lambda (x) (+ x a)))                                 (r 5)

5)

(r ’new)

(r 5)

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(define s                                    (define (ask obj msg . args)

(let ((a 3)                              (apply (obj msg) args))

(lambda (msg)

(lambda ()

(set! a (+ a 1))))                       (ask s ’new)

(else (error "huh?"))))))

(s ’add 5)                                                (let ((x 10)

(f (lambda (y) (+ x y))))

(f 7))

((s ’add) 5)                                                 (define x 5)

(s ’new)