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Tue Oct 25 13:18:04 EDT 2011

## Zipper for Exp?

See [1] for a derivation. Doing this straight from the polynomial
isn't really possible since it looses too much information. Though
it's useful for verifying consistency.
One question that bubbles up though is how do I know what the current
toplevel expression is? Suppose we have:
(Let a 123
(Let b 123
(Let c 123
(Call f a b c))))
Here the continuation of the Call node needs to be made so that the
inverted Let node can be reconstructed. The solution of course is to
insert a continuation that does this. So we need to modify makeVar
after all.
makeVar :: TypeOf (Code t) => (Code t) -> MCode r (Code t)
makeVar term@(Code sterm) = SC c where
c (State bs n) k = k (State bs' $ n+1) (Code $ Ref $ var) where
var = Var typ v 0
v = regPrefix ++ (show $ n)
bs' = (Bind var sterm) : bs
typ = typeOf term
So instead of just calling k directly as in the definition above, we
install a new k that performs the inversion.
It seems simpler to then construct the data structure on an as-needed
basis, defining these continuations.
[1] entry://../compsci/20111025-132211

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