Continuation Passing Style

(CPS) A semantically clean language with continuations used as an intermediate language for Scheme and the SML/NJ compiler.

["Rabbit: A Compiler for Scheme", G.L. Steele, AI-TR-474, MIT (May 1978)].

["Compiling With Continuations", A. Appel, Cambridge U Press 1992].

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