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Delimited continuation
also called Composable continuation and has one more synonym

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  1. or partial continuation, is a "slice" of a continuation frame that has been reified into a function

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  2. a term from programming languages

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  3. Unlike regular continuations, delimited continuations return a value, and thus may be reused and composed

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  4. Delimited continuations are implemented with two operators, shift and reset. reset sets the limit for the continuation. shift takes a function argument and passes the delimited continuation to it

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  5. When the delimited continuation is invoked, the computation is suspended and a value is returned of shift

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  6. When the entire computation within reset is completed, the result is returned by the delimited continuation

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