I have attached the program. I partially misunderstood the assignment when I wrote the program, and now I cannot figure out how to correct the program.
The program is a Scheme compiler that simplifies expressions according to the 20 rules given by the assignment.
I have been running the program in DrRacket 5.3.3. Once loaded into DrRacket, the program works as follows:
I enter the expression to be evaluated as a list:
> (parse '(+ 2 3))
The program outputs the following:
(+ 2 3)
This expression is simplified according to Rule 1, and in this case the program is functioning properly.
The program functions properly for rules that only involve c, where c represents a constant which in this case is any integer. The program cannot correctly evaluate expressions which include a "t". The program should be able to evaluate expressions where t represents a variable or another s-expression.
For example if I enter the following expression:
(parse '(+ (+ 3 t) 2))
The program output should be:
(+ (+ 3 2) t)
(+ 5 t)
Could you help me figure out how to correct this?
I am sure that you have questions. Please let me know.
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Hi! Indeed using rule (9) the answer is the one you have provided. How does respond the program for that example? Could you also please send me your script? Thanks, Anca