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Re: Continuations

On Tuesday, August 12, 2003, at 10:57 AM, Michael Sperber wrote:
> The manual at http://www.s48.org/ pretty much spells out how it's
> done.  The basic idea is that you can call the VM any time you like
> with the effect of continuing execution in the Scheme code.  This
> means you can keep C continuation frames around.  The only limitation
> is that you can call them only once, and only while they're still
> around.  (There's some more stuff to do with threads, but that's also
> documented.)

If you can only call it once, how is it a continuation?
Wouldn't that just be a coroutine?

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