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Assignment 1 - CS 136 Fall 2009 Kate Larson Assignment 1...

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CS 136 Fall 2009 Kate Larson Assignment 1 Due Tuesday, September 29, 2009, 10pm For this and all subsequent assignments, you should continue to use the design recipe (including executable examples and tests using check-expect ) and style guidelines that you learned in CS 135. Please read the style and submission guide and the testing document (both are available on the Handouts section of the course Web page). The testing document specifies how to separate the function definitions from the tests into two files and we expect you to organize your program and testing as described in the document. In particular, please make sure to include all the function definitions in one file, and use the provide special form to export the functions to be tested; and make sure to include all the tests in a driver file. Language level : Module (full PLT Scheme). Mutation should not be used. To submit : get-subdirs.ss , get-subdirs-driver.ss , a1q2-analysis.txt , environment.txt , a1-script.txt 1. In most computer systems, a collection of files is organized in directories. In general, a directory contains some files and some more directories, which are called subdirectories. Subdirectories may contain more subdirectories and files and so on. This organization of
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course CS 136 taught by Professor Becker during the Fall '08 term at Waterloo.

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Assignment 1 - CS 136 Fall 2009 Kate Larson Assignment 1...

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