A Proper List Predicate *

The Scheme function (predicate) `pair?` tells if its parameter is a pair (constructed by `cons`). The function `null?` tells if its parameter is the empty list. The function `list?` tells if its parameter is a proper list. In this exercise, write your own version of `list?`

Intuitively, a proper list is empty, or it is 'ended by' an empty list (by following the `cdr` chain).

You may want to read about pairs and lists in the Scheme Report.

Can you write your predicate without thinking (and programming) in terms of a while loop?

Can you write your predicate without using `if` or `cond?`

**Please - consider carefully all these questions!**