Computes the ackermann-peter a m-n function, C/C++ Programming

(a) Write a procedure that computes the Ackermann-Peter a(m,n) function.

(b) Write a helper procedure that only allows the calculation of the Ackermann-Peter function for 0≤m<4 and 0≤n≤4. The value #f is returned for all other combinations of m and n.


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