On 3/19/20, Aron Zvi <aron...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> In part 4 section 20.3 Refining Functions I am using (require htdp/dir)
> and (create-dir DIR-PATH). I get back a Dir instance with name value being
> a full path symbol of the folder. ie. (make-dir
> '/Users/SSS/Documents/xyz empty empty).
> This does not seem to be in line with the exercises in the section where it
> seems that I should be getting back just the folder name.
> I am missing something?

Nope, you're supposed to get a dir structure.

When I call create-dir with a full path, I get a struct with a full
path symbol inside. But when I call create-dir with just the folder
name, the struct only contains the folder name. Maybe that explains
the confusion with the exercises?

But! create-dir does not return a Dir.v3 as section 20.3 says. See the
docs for htdp/dir for the correct data definitions:


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