Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics chapter 2 exercises.
Started Simply Scheme 19.11, the author says it is hard. I feel that. I seemingly have made no progress. I feel as if I can’t quite articulate what I am unable to do. Which I suspect is exactly where the problem lies, that is if I could articulate it then I could solve it. Or rather the difficult part of the problem is either actually saying what I am trying to do, or rather the problem is actually know what I want to do. Isn’t it always. Or maybe I just feel that way because I am reading Douglas Adam’s The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy right now…
So far, everytime I go to write my
repeated function, I end up not being
able to recurse, it is amazing how many times my brain can dream up the
same idea, and excitedly think that it has found a new way of tackling the
problem. Once I do manage to solve the problem, I plan to do a write up of
solving it, as I think that might help others who make it as far as I have
in the book and help cement the ideas in my head.