I'm planning on working through solutions in a number of lisp dialects (and perhaps other languages as well). Solutions are grouped by section and type (based on the file extension).
.txt are plain text solutions to essay questions.
.ss are Scheme files, run through PLT Scheme.
.clj are Clojure solutions, using Clojure 1.2. Assertions are included, and will raise an error if the assertion does not pass.
There are some special form differences between the scheme presented in SICP and Clojure. I'm documenting them here as I go along.
Scheme Clojure (define a 3) (def a 3) (cond ((= a 4) 6) (cond (= a 4) 6 ((= b 4) (+ 6 7 a)) (= b 4) (+ 6 7 a) (else 25)) :else 25) (define (a-plus-abs-b a b) (defn a-plus-abs-b [a b] ((if (> b 0) + -) a b)) ((if (> b 0) + -) a b)) ; The JVM doesn't automatically support ; tail-call optimization, so Clojure ; provides a keyword to hint it (defn sqrt-iter [guess x] (defn sqrt-iter [guess x] (if (good-enough? guess x) (if (good-enough? guess x) guess guess (sqrt-iter (improve guess x) (recur (improve guess x) x))) x))) ; A number of mathy builtins ; provided by Java's Math class. ; To call them, use Class/method (assert (= 8 (Math/pow 2 3)))