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FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGES Functional languages were invented early in the history of computing. In 1958 John McCarthy at MIT invented LISP. Functional languages represent computing as solving mathematical functions. A function takes one or more arguments, and returns a value. For example, an equation for a parabola is: f = 2x2 + 5 When one supplies a particular value for x, the function returns a particular result: f (3) = 2(3)2 + 5 = 23 (4.5) With a functional language, computing proceeds by passing input parameters to a function, which then returns the result of the function. The return value(s) typically provides the input parameter(s) for another function(s), and so any level of computational complexity can be programmed. In any functional language, some basic functions are built in, and they re called primitives. In LISP these include the mathematical functions of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, for example, as well as the function car, which returns the first element in a list, and cdr, which returns all but the first element in a list. (By the way, the function names car and cdr come from acronyms for two registers used by LISP on the old IBM 704 computer.) As our example functional language, we will use Scheme, a newer (1975) descendent of LISP, which has particularly consistent syntax. An expression in Scheme is an atom or a list. An atom is a single number, character string, name, or function. A list is a collection of expressions contained within parentheses. Note that the elements of a list may be atoms or other lists. Computing in Scheme means evaluating the Scheme expressions. In particular, to evaluate a list, Scheme expects the first element of the list to be a function, and the following elements of the list to be arguments to the function. Since the elements of the list may themselves be lists, evaluation proceeds recursively, by first evaluating the lists at the lowest level, and then proceeding to final evaluation of the function at the top level. To add two numbers in Scheme, one creates a list. The first element within parentheses is the function + , and the following elements are the arguments to the function. When an expression is complete, the Scheme interpreter evaluates the function and returns the result. This cycle is called the REPL the Read, Evaluate, Print, Loop. Here is the code to add 3 and 5 together: (+ 3 5 ) 8 If we wish to add more than two numbers, we simply include more parameters to the function. For example, to add five numbers, we simply increase the number of arguments: (+ 3 5 7 4 2 ) 21 Expressions can be evaluated as arguments, too, so this Scheme expression divides the sum of 3 and 5 by the difference between 7 and 5: ( / (+ 3 5 ) ( - 7 5) ) 4 Another primitive function in LISP and Scheme is the function list, which takes a series of arguments and makes a list: ( list 1 5 6 ) ( 1 5 6 ) If we need the first element in a list, the function car will return that: ( car (list 1 5 6) ) 1 The function cdr will return all but the first element of the list: ( cdr (list 1 5 6) ) ( 5 6 ) (4.4)
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