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Held: Friday, 2 October 2009
Summary: We consider the ways in which Scheme supports yes/no questions and procedures that can be used to ask such questions. We also see how such procedures can provide another form of control.
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orto evaluate a sequence of expressions, stopping when we get the first acceptable one.
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