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Thu Feb 15 21:33:13 GMT 2007

ditching interpret mode

what about ditching interpret mode and relying fully on partial
evaluation? i can use the following trick: the partial evaluator does
NOT truncate results to 8 bit during evaluation, only after. so in
principle, there is a complete calculator available with full numeric
tower.

maybe it's good to create some highlevel constructs for the partial
evaluator. literals are still encoded as symbolic assembly, which is
ok, only somehow a bit dirty. this is effectively a second parameter
stack..

to make this more explicit, the macros 'unlit' and '2unlit' are
defined. these will reap literal values from the asm buffer and move
them to the parameter stack. the implementation of these macros is
split into two parts: a pattern matching part, and a generic macro
part '_unlit'.




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