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Postby g0blu324 » Mon May 14, 2012 1:23 pm

How do you modify/edit a function that's been created? (This is the start of 2nd week of learning the language)
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Re: Simple Question

Postby sylwester » Thu Jul 19, 2012 4:57 pm

In most lisps you can just feed the interactive session the altered definition code and the function will get redefined.
If it was not top level (you defined it inside a function) you'll need to redefine the whole top level function with the changed function in it.

Depending on what language and IDE you're using but DrRacket is a Scheme IDE where you can do your deiinitions in a file and when you change the file you can just hit run to make all your changes in effect. It has a pretty good debugger as well which also is usefull to understand code you haven't written yourself or to find bugs :)
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