Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to practice what you have learned in the course thus far.
Exercise 1 U.A. High School needs a way to keep track of all the students who are training to become heroes. Each student has a name, a year, and a Quirk (a special hero ability). There are only 3 years of high school at this school so your data design should not allow for other years to be recorded. Design data to represent a HeroStudent. Be sure to follow all the steps of the data design recipe.
Exercise 2 Obviously there is more than one student at U.A. High School. Design data to represent a ClassRoster: an arbitrary number of HeroStudents. Be sure to follow all the steps of the data design recipe.
Exercise 3 Design the function graduating-class which takes a ClassRoster and returns only the students who are in year 3 of high school.
Exercise 4 Take a look at the following function which checks if a string is longer than a certain length. Find 3 problems with the function’s design and fix them.
Exercise 5 Consider the following data definitions:
(define-struct student [name age gpa]) ; A Student is a (make-student String Nat PositiveNumber) ; and represents a student with a name, age (in years), and GPA ; NOTE: This data definition is not as restrictive as it should be but we have simplified for ; the sake of time (define-struct parent [name phone kids]) ; A Parent is a (make-parent String Nat [List-of Student]) ; and represents a parent with a name, phone number, and some students they are the parent of (define-struct call [one others]) ; A CallList is one of: ; - "nobody" ; - (make-call Parent CallList) ; and represents a list of parents to call in an emergencyFinish the steps of the data design recipe for the above definitions.
Exercise 6 The school district needs to know which parents to call for a particular school. Design the function parents-of-age which takes a CallList and two positive integers representing the minimum and maximum age at a particular school. The function returns a CallList of parents who have at least one child in the given age range.
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