In article <sfwy91ams0c....@shell01.TheWorld.com>, Kent M Pitman
<pit...@world.std.com> wrote:I am going by what I remember about that thread, it is entirely likely
> I did a Google search for "Conrad trivial" in posts by me, and found
> no such post, so I'm not sure what this is about.
> I seriously doubt I made such an assertion since in ...<snipped>...
that the word "trivial" was never used - in retrospect I should not
have quoted that word, it got across the wrong idea.
Thanks very much for taking the time to comment in this thread.
I really thought there was a way for me to 'escape' from deeply nested
Your comments make it apparent that this can't be done in the
I thought there was something obvious that I was overlooking.
I have nothing whatever against using CL's built-in constructs.
My aim was to eventually demonstrate that a lot of those constructs
Of course the continuations would run much slower than the built-in
My purpose was mainly self-education about "handling" CL continuations,
The suggestions that some have suggested I consider was to use the
I am against that approach on principle, because when I want my
Again, thanks for responding. I consider it a real newbie privilege
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