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A methodology that enables a system to be modeled as a set of objects that can be controlled and manipulated in a modular manner

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Everything in Lisp is an expression, meaning that it returns a value. The progn function executes a series of functions/forms, ignoring the return values of all but the last call/form, which it return …
answered Jun 5 '14 by paul
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Adding to what others have already said here, in Functional Programming there is a drive to separate side-effect producing / state changing code from functionally pure code and to make the separation …
answered Jan 25 '13 by paul
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FP does indeed strive for a reduction in the representational gap: Something you'll see a lot of in functional languages is the practice of building the language up (using bottom-up design) into an E …
answered Jan 26 '15 by paul
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Martin Wickman is correct in suggesting a state-machine. It looks like you might benefit from nesting some of your state information (e.g. connection status) -- nesting means that your overarching st …
answered Aug 6 '13 by paul
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I'll offer some general problem-solving advice first then use it on your problem so you can see how someone with more experience might approach this. Problem Domain As you may have read elsewhere, y …
answered Oct 4 '14 by paul