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By Tom Gjelten

ISBN-10: 1101574968

ISBN-13: 9781101574966

En 1862, Facundo Bacardí apostó por crear en Cuba una pequeña destilería de ron, una bebida que hasta entonces solo consumían marineros y obreros. Pronto el ron Bacardí se convertiría en los angeles bebida favorita de l. a. isla y quedaría ligado a l. a. identidad cubana.

Recorriendo los angeles historia de l. a. familia Bacardí, que siempre ha estado en primer plano en todos los grandes acontecimientos de l. a. historia de Cuba ––desde l. a. Independencia hasta el genuine embargo pasando por l. a. Revolución y Bahía de Cochinos–– Tom Gjelten ha escrito una épica narrativa que explica los angeles Cuba moderna, sus tormentosas relaciones con Estados Unidos, l. a. ascensión de Fidel Castro —de los angeles que se ofrece una standpoint hasta ahora desconocida— y los angeles violenta división que sufre l. a. nación cubana desde entonces.

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But we don’t know whether a is equal to '?. Chapter 3 In that case, let’s skip to the if else. ) 't (equal (second-of (cons a (cons '? )) 't) Here are two easy steps. ) 't (equal (car (cdr (cons a (cons '? ) 't (equal (car (cdr (cons a (cons '? )) 't) Obviously, '? is equal to '?. ) 't 't) 't) Indeed. ) 't (equal '? ) 't (equal '? )) 't) Can we rewrite this if question now? Okay. In the if else, we use second-of. That is indeed obvious. ) 't 't) 't) 43 No, but that is fine. We do not need its value after all.

En ) = body where x1 is e1 , . , xn is en . 46 Chapter 4 Yes. Now that we know what “total” means, we can use the Law of Defun for any total function, including all non-recursive functions and many recursive functions. Good question. Our axioms and laws tell us which expressions have equal values. If an expression does not have a value, our axioms and laws do not apply. Functions that are not total are called partial functions. Here is one. 35 36 37 But why does it matter if a function is total?

In frame 28, the orange expression is in a context. In frame 43 of the next chapter, the orange expression is in a focus. A premise is an if question such that a focus can be found in either the if answer or the if else. In frame 28, why is (equal a 't) a premise? Let’s walk through another example using premises and the final Law of Dethm. Here is a new dethm. 30 31 32 In frame 28, (equal a 't) is a premise because the focus is in the if answer. That’s a good idea. Is that really a theorem? (dethm jabberwocky† (x) (if (brillig x) (if (slithy x) (equal (mimsy x) 'borogove) (equal (mome x) 'rath)) (if (uffish x) (equal (frumious x) 'bandersnatch) (equal (frabjous x) 'beamish)))) † Thank 20 you, Lewis Carroll (1832-1898).

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