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**page viii** Missing in print edition, Dedications

**pages xvii--xviii** Missing in print edition, Acknowledgments

**page 29** The end of section 2.1 mistakenly claims that

Even if we played the game with numbers between 1 and 1,000,000, a binary strategy could guess the right number in about 10 guesses.

The correct statement is that

... a binary strategy could guess the right number in about 20 guesses.

Thanks to Joseph DiMuro for reporting this mistake.

**page 31** The sixth paragraph of section 2.4 inaccurately states:

If the average number ends up being a fraction, we choose the nearest whole number.

Instead this sentence should read:

If the average number ends up being a fraction, we choose to round the result down to the nearest whole number.

Thanks to Holger Thomson for pointing out this error.

**page 33** The explanation for the `smaller`

function includes
the following sentence:

By taking the`max`

of`lower`

and`(sub1 (guess))`

, we ensure that`bigger`

is never smaller than`lower`

.

But the variable `bigger`

does not appear in this context. The
sentence should say that

By taking the`max`

of`lower`

and`(sub1 (guess))`

, we ensure that`upper`

is never smaller than`lower`

.

Thanks to Nate Kidwell for pointing out the error.

**page 53** At the end of the page, the `image?`

predicate was used
prior to the introduction of the `2htdp/image`

library and will not work. Instead the interactions to try should be:

`> (number? 'a) #f > (integer? 837361738222) #t > (string? "hello world") #t > (symbol? 'a) #t > (boolean? "false") #f`

Thanks to Mary Lightheart for finding this oversight.

**page 66**
The definition of `my-equal?`

is broken. The `cond`

should start as follows:

`(cond [(and (point? a) (point? b)) (and (my-equal? (point-x a) (point-x b)) (my-equal? (point-y a) (point-y b)))]`

Thanks to Gordon Hartley for catching this problem.

**page 75** The indentation for the `winning-players`

function
is incorrectly indented. The properly indented function looks like the following:

`(define (winning-players lst) (define sorted-lst (sort lst ...)) (define (winners lst pred) (cond [(empty? lst) (list pred)] [else (define fst (first lst)) (if (score> (record-score pred) (record-score fst)) (list pred) (cons pred (winners (rest lst) fst)))])) ;; START HERE: (winners (rest sorted-lst) (first sorted-lst)))`

Thanks to Marvin Hernandez for finding this error.

**page 81** Readers asked about the definitions of `WIDTH`

and
`HEIGHT`

; as the book explains on page 72, "we will not show you
all the constant definitions because we're more interested in talking about
games than constants." The code in collects/realm in the Racket
distribution is complete.

**page 82** The interaction at the read-eval-print loop

```
````(draw-a-ufo-onto-an-empty-canvas 33)`

should read

```
````(draw-a-ufo-onto-an-empty-scene 33)`

Thanks to Ron Given, Mauricio Aldazosa, and Christopher D. Walborn for reporting this mistake.

**page 102** The following sentence should be inserted directly below the definition
of the `rot`

function:

Find the definition of decay in the source code.

Thanks to Vitaly Samigullin and Dave Yrueta for reporting this oversight.

**page 107** The `render-end`

function calls the `render-snake-world`

function, but should be calling `render-pit`

instead.

Thank you to Uisang, Vitaly Samigullin and Dave Yrueta for finding this error.

**page 114** The definition of the `my-filter`

function takes in two parameters, but
only one is supplied when recurring. The definition should read:

`(define (my-filter pred lst) (cond [(empty? lst) empty] [(pred (first lst)) (cons (first lst) (my-filter pred (rest lst)))] [else (my-filter pred (rest lst))]))`

Thanks to Dustin Kut Moy Cheung for spotting this error.

**page 134** The explanation of `player-health+`

says that

```
If the result is larger than the desired maximum,
````internal+`

produces the maximum.

There is no `internal+`

function. Instead it should say that the
function uses `interval+`

:

```
If the result is larger than the desired maximum,
````interval+`

produces the maximum.

Thanks to Zack Hickman for sending in this correction.

**page 136**
The `struct`

definition of `orc-world`

near the top of the page has an extra parenthesis tacked on at the end. The snippet should read:

```
````(struct orc-world (player lom attack# target) #:mutable)`

Thanks to Ton-Kiat Tan for reporting this mistake.

**page 143** The interaction with DrRacket near the top of the page is
missing an initial target for `render-monsters`

. Here is the
correct interaction:

`> (beside (render-player (initialize-player)) (above (render-monsters (initialize-monsters) #f) (message "You win")))`

Thanks to Diego Sevilla Ruiz for spotting this problem.

**page 186** The first paragraph incorrectly states that:

Pictorially, the calculations proceed according to the diagrams on page 184.

The diagrams are on the next page, so the sentence should read:

Pictorially, the calculations proceed according to the diagrams on page 185.

Thanks to Sonoda for the catch.

**page 204** The definition of `game-tree`

does not match the
definition on page 183 and is therefore out of sync with the rest of chapter
10. The correct definition is:

`(define (game-tree board player dice) ;; create tree of attacks from this position; add passing move (define (attacks board) (for*/list ([src board] [dst (neighbors (territory-index src))] #:when (attackable? board player src dst)) (define from (territory-index src)) (define dice (territory-dice src)) (define newb (execute board player from dst dice)) (define more (`

delay(cons (passes newb) (attacks newb)))) (move (list from dst) (game newb player more)))) ;; create a passing move and the rest of the game tree (define (passes board) (define-values (new-dice newb) (distribute board player dice)) (move ‘() (game-tree newb (switch player) new-dice))) ;; -- START: -- (game board player (delay(attacks board))))

Thanks to Ryan Davis for investigating this difference using the source code in collects/realm. Note that the source file in collects/realm slightly differs from the definition here in naming and indentation but is functionally equivalent.

**page 205** The third paragraph (starting with "As you can see, ....") contains the sentence

"This function uses the locally definedThis should read as`game-moves`

and`force`

."

"This function uses the locally defined`game-delayed-moves`

and`force`

."

Thanks again to Sonoda for finding this error.

**pages 282--283** The illustration is missing a panel. The two pages should be
separated by Chad floating over an island.