# [plt-scheme] Re: Simple procedure building question

doesn't the quote prevent the inner procedures in the else-expr from
being evaluated?
On Oct 20, 3:02 pm, "Andre Mayers" <andre.may... at usherbrooke.ca>
wrote:
>* (define (B lst x y)
*>* (if (null? lst)
*>* y
*>* `(,(car lst) ,x ,(B (cdr lst) x y))))
*>*
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*>* [mailto:plt-scheme-boun... at list.cs.brown.edu] De la part de blockstack
*>* Envoyé : October-20-08 3:56 PM
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*>* Objet : [plt-scheme] Re: Simple procedure building question
*>*
*>* correction: i meant to have y for the then-expr
*>*
*>* (define (B lst x y)
*>* (if (null? lst)
*>* y
*>* ((car lst) x (B (cdr lst) x y))))
*>*
*>* On Oct 20, 2:51 pm, blockstack <blockst... at gmail.com> wrote:
*>*
*>* > I want to be able to pass a list of function names and create a
*>* > procedure
*>* > lst would be something like (f g m n) where f, g, m, and n are names
*>* > of functions
*>*
*>* > (define (B lst x y)
*>* > (if (null? lst)
*>* > x
*>* > ((car lst) x (B (cdr lst) x y))))
*>*
*>* > I want to end up with a list like
*>* > (f x (g x (m x (n x y))))
*>*
*>* > I know that my current procedure won't return a list, but I know that
*>* > it must be really simple to make it do so.
*>*
*>* > I've tried different ways of using 'list' and cons, but I just can't
*>* > get it.
*>* > any help?
*>*
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