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Re: Continuations based Java framework for asynchronous processesdevelopment

On Wed, 7 May 2003, Serguei Mourachov wrote:

> This message can be considered as kind of follow-up for discussion initiated
> by Dan Sugalski about resistance of accepting continuations.
> My company just released a Java framework for asynchronous processes
> development; http://www.velare.com/product/atct.htm .
> It uses Execution Context Reification to implement continuations
> functionality in pure Java.

Are these reusable continuations, or one-shot?

>   public static void main(String[] args) throws Throwable {
>     HelloWorld t = new HelloWorld();
>     ATCThread atct = new ATCThread(t);
>     //mc represents a call to getStringToPrint
>     MethodCall mc = atct.start();
>     //value "Hello World!!!" will be used to continue the execution and will
> appear in the print out.
>     atct.resume("Hello World!!!");
>   }

This would make more sense to me if it were
      mc.resume("Hello World!!!");

Typo, or my misunderstanding?