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Tue Aug 25 10:37:26 CEST 2009

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Implement the 2-type continuation frames in C.  This requires two
kinds of linear cells: data cells (list cells) and contiuation
k-cells.

Got it..  let's see if `dip' works.

OK.

shift/reset now also work again.

The implementation (using linear pairs for data and `next' frames for
sequence continuations) is a bit messy.  Maybe there is something to
say about doing it like this..  Too reflective?  Let's keep it like it
is and see if there are any inconsistencies.

Summary: it's now possible to `cons' a datum onto a partial
continuation, which is implemented as a nested data/next frames, where
the data frames are just the linear list object.

This is still not correct:

Essentially one wants a `bind' and a `compose' operation which
combines a datum or a function with a function.




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