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Re: Continuations, basic blocks, loops and register allocation

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From:
Jeff Clites
Date:
November 14, 2004 19:14
Subject:
Re: Continuations, basic blocks, loops and register allocation
Message ID:
6E69514E-36B4-11D9-AFE8-000393A6B9DA@mac.com
On Nov 14, 2004, at 1:53 PM, Dan Sugalski wrote:

> Since, for example, it's completely reasonable (well, likely at least) 
> for a called sub to rebind lexicals in its parent

What does that mean, exactly? It seems like that directly contradicts 
the meaning of "lexical". For instance, see Larry's comments from "Re: 
Why lexical pads" at September 25, 2004 10:01:42 PM PDT (the first of 
the 3 messages from him on that day).

JEff


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