# [racket] how must I interpreted this exercise

Check-expect is used to test your function.
Make that work first.
Then you can use the design recipe to make a new function.
The new function will accept the output of your first function and return the message that you want… without any repeated words in the function.
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On Jun 24, 2012, at 1:43 PM, Roelof Wobben wrote:
>* Hello,
*>*
*>* This soluation is not what I was looking for.
*>* And it uses list which I don't have learned so far.
*>*
*>* So far I have this :
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*>* ; constanten
*>*
*>* (define R 5)
*>* (define first_tekst "Het ingegeven punt")
*>* (define is_tekst "is")
*>* (define middle_tekst "dichtbij het 0 nulpunt")
*>* (define niet "niet")
*>*
*>*
*>* ;Number Number -> Number
*>* ;This function calculates the distance of a given point compared to the origin
*>* (check-expect (calculate 1 0) 1)
*>* (check-expect (calculate 3 4) 5)
*>* (check-expect (calculate 0 3) 3)
*>* (define (calculate getal1 getal2)
*>* (cond
*>* [ (equal? getal1 0) getal2]
*>* [ (equal? getal2 0) getal1]
*>* [else (sqrt (+ (* getal1 getal1) (* getal2 getal2)))]
*>* ))
*>*
*>* ; Struct -> String
*>* ; Function who outputs a string dependinh on the outcome of the calculation of the distance to the origin
*>* (check-expect (is-near (make-s 1 0) "Het ingegeven punt is dichtbij het nulpunt"))
*>* (check-expect (is-near (make-s 3 4) "Het ingeven punt is niet dichtbij het nulpunt"))
*>* (define (is-near s r)
*>* ( if (< (calculate (posn-x s) (posn-y s)) r)
*>*
*>*
*>* Now I can do (string append first_tekst is middle-tekst) and (string-append first-tekst is niet middle-tekst) but then I do almost two times the same with one difference the niet part.
*>* And Im looking for a better solution.
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