The Continuation Guild Rocket Pods
- Lisp Dialect
Scheme (limited support in Common Lisp with continuation-passing style, or through the use of special libraries)
In the 1970s, a special dialect of Lisp was created that featured a particularly powerful programming feature called continuations. Basically, continuations let you put “time travel” into your code. This allows you to do things like run programs backward, sideways, or in other crazy ways. For instance, it’s great for implementing advanced programming techniques, such as nondeterministic programming. In nondeterministic programming, you write code that offers the computer multiple choices ...