;;;; This is a template for assessed exercise 1 for the MSc module on
;;;; Programming in Lisp, 1999-2000.
;;; $Id: student.lisp,v 1.1 2003/01/09 02:11:35 colin Exp $
;;; Make sure you are in the right package
;;; If you want the graphing support you can use mle1-clim but the
;;; final submission should just load mle1. If you have made a copy
;;; of the file for use at home, say, you may want to change the path;
;;; however the submitted version should have this exact path.
;;; The EVAL-WHEN should be uncommented and edited if any libraries are
;;; needed in order to execute the students' submissions
;;; (eval-when (:compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute)
;;; (load "library-name")
;;; Now define the exercise. This is mandatory. Change the fields
(define-exercise :ex1 ;must be :EX1
:author "A Random Student" ;your name
:login-name "student" ;login name
:defined-symbols (hello-world ;list of defined symbols, see below
:nonworking-symbols ();list of non-fully-working bits
:commented-symbols () ;list of things commented below
:commentary "my comments"
;; the rest are for marker's use only
:load-comment "OK, so there aren't actually any problems with load.
But let's say there are and stick a comment in so we can see it print out when testing."
;;; The :DEFINED-SYMBOLS field should contain the names the functions
;;; and variables that you have defined *from those required* -- if you
;;; have defined other things, as auxiliary functions for instance,
;;; you shouldn't include them.
;;; If you have some definitions which do load & compile but which do
;;; not fully work, but which you wish to be taken into account, you
;;; should include them in DEFINED-SYMBOLS *and* NONWORKING-SYMBOLS.
;;; If you have things which are so nonworking they will not compile,
;;; incluse them as a comment in the file, and put them into
;;; COMMENTED-SYMBOLS, but *not* either of the other two.
;;; Remainder of exercise here.
(defun hello-world ()
(princ "Hello World!")
(defun add2 (num)
(+ 2 num))