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|@@ -105,7 +105,9 @@ Schemeken adds the following primitives to make use of Ken's messaging system:|
|-You can also embed Ken IDs into your scheme program by typing `#k` followed by an IP address/port, for example `#k127.0.0.1:6789`.|
|+ Ken IDs are first class values: you can store them or pass them around like any other value.|
|+ You can embed Ken IDs into your Schemeken program by typing `#k` followed by an IP address/port, for example `#k127.0.0.1:6789`.|
|+ There is a shorthand for local Ken IDs: `#kXXXX` is the same as `#k127.0.0.1:XXXX`.|
|* `(ken-send <ken-id> <expr>)`: Sends a value as a message to the given Ken process. Messages are serialized as their printed representation and deserialized as if read by the `(read)` primitive. This means valid messages currently include numbers, booleans, symbols, strings, characters, vectors and lists, but not procedures or continuations.|
|@@ -136,4 +138,4 @@ Questions? Contact us!|
|- [Joeri De Koster](mailto://email@example.com)|
|- [Tom Van Cutsem](mailto://firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|-Schemeken is based on SLIP, a Scheme interpreter written by Prof. Theo D'Hondt.|
|+Schemeken is based on SLIP, a Scheme interpreter written by Prof. Theo D'Hondt.|