a simple example of Stackless Python
junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com
Mon Oct 30 15:24:45 CET 2000
"Cameron Laird" <claird at starbase.neosoft.com> wrote in message
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> In article <8tjrn2$esm$1 at news.nuri.net>,
> June Kim <junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com> wrote:
> >def looptest(n):
> > this = continuation.current()
> > k = this.update(n)
> > # continuation at "="
> > if k:
> > this(k-1)
> > # resuming at "="
> > else:
> > del this.link
> >Above is a simple example of continuation from Christian Tismer's
> >paper. (http://www.stackless.com/spcpaper.htm)
> >It seems like there are few people who understand Stackless Python
> >and the stuffs, and I'm not one of them. Can anyone explain me
> >this simple code? The paper was not very helpful for me to understand.
> >(esp, what does "this.update" do, and where does it mean exactly
> >by "at ="?)
> Does <URL:http://
> help? In any case, I'm planning an upgrade to
I tried it before, but it wasn't much of help ; for those who are not from
the Scheme background, it's so hard to get the exact picture of the concept.
> for late this week that aims to help with exactly
> this question.
Great. I'm really looking forward to reading it.
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