Alternative strategy for scanning out definitions
Consider an alternative strategy for scanning out definitions that translates the example in the text to
(let ((u '*unassigned*) (v '*unassigned*)) (let ((a ) (b )) (set! u a) (set! v b)) ))
Here a and b are meant to represent new variable names, created by the interpreter, that do not appear in the user's program. Consider the solve procedure from section 3.5.4:
(define (solve f y0 dt) (define y (integral (delay dy) y0 dt)) (define dy (stream-map f y)) y)
Will this procedure work if internal definitions are scanned out as shown in this exercise? What if they are scanned out as shown in the text? Explain.
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