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Sat Oct 29 12:38:18 EDT 2011

Lambda problem

It seems that I'm confusing the operation types.

  insertLet ::  r t -> m (r t)

but what I have has an extra computation argument that needs to be
properly sequenced.

  insertLambda :: [t] -> m (r t) -> m (r t)

the 2nd argument is the body, while the first is the arguments.

Can this sequencing be done with bind?  I don't see how, so let's do
it manually.  I end up with this as first attempt:

insertLambda vars (SC cBody) = SC cTerm where
  cTerm s k = k s' $ Lambda vars body where
    (s', (Code body)) = cBody s (,)

To obtain the body term. the whole cBody computation has to be
executed.  The state output of that computation is then reused; body
probably did some variable allocation.

What I don't undersetand is the type:

insertLambda :: [Var] -> SC s (s, Code t) (Code t) -> SC s r Term

This might be problematic, as the return type of the computation is
(s, Code t) instead of Term.  Let's see.

Indeed:

    Couldn't match expected type `(TML.CompState, Code t0)'
                with actual type `Term'


So is there a way to avoid this by not running the computation
directly, but by chaining it into the other using CPS?  Something like
this:

insertLambda vars (SC cBody) = SC cTerm where
  cTerm s k = cBody s k' where
    k' s' (Code body) = k s' $ Code $ Lambda vars body

Yep it looks like that was it:

> t14

(Let (Var i "t2" 0) (Lit i "1")
(Let (Var i "t3" 0) (Lit i "2")
  (App
    (Lambda [Var i "t0" 0,
             Var i "t1" 0])
      (Ret (Ref (Var i "t0" 0)))) 
    [Ref (Var i "t2" 0),
     Ref (Var i "t3" 0)])))



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