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It’s now possible to create and run Worst interpreters from within.
Also, raising an error doesn’t stop execution.
It pauses the interpreter – even when in the middle of a Lua function –
and passes an error value back to the outer interpreter for it to deal with
as it pleases.
Resuming the interpreter will then continue as if nothing happened.
Of course, there’s nothing forcing it to use error values specifically,
pause is available to do the same with arbitrary values.
The interactive environment now takes advantage of these additions,
resulting in a simpler implementation with nicer whitespace handling
that lets you know when more code is required by