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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of gafter:
/ɡæftɹ̩/

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  1. and Neal Gafter. It contains 95 puzzles, none of which we presented today. So they're 95
  2. >> GAFTER: Thank you. So--thank you. So I want to start with a quote. This is something
  3. >> Neal? >> GAFTER: Yup?
  4. >> GAFTER: Does it makes sense to ask if these should be parameterized by type?
  5. >> Yeah. >> GAFTER: I think the answer is no. I haven't--I
  6. >> Okay. >> GAFTER: So what is a closure, what is the
  7. >> GAFTER: So, you're question is, does that you mean you can break or continue inside
  8. >> GAFTER: Okay. So, the--I think I know where you're going with the question. But--I'm not
  9. >> GAFTER: Right. So the question is do we get continuations for free using this? In
  10. >> Question. >> GAFTER: Yes?
  11. >> GAFTER: Excellent question. So the question was, Is this conversion strictly a compiled
  12. the user thinks of as their code? >> GAFTER: So the question is, does that mean
  13. >> GAFTER: Right. If you want to use this with existing APIs, you would not get exception
  14. >> GAFTER: It's specified that if you--that if you execute a return statement and the
  15. >> GAFTER: You can statically import it from whatever you want and if you don't like stat--yeah,
  16. one closure? >> GAFTER: Can you write something with more
  17. >> GAFTER: The question is, can you write something with more than one closure like
  18. >> GAFTER: No. Well, yes, but it's unlikely that it will find a lock method on java.util.concurrent.lock
  19. >> GAFTER: Or a--or a closure, yeah. >> Or an object?
  20. >> GAFTER: Or an object--an object for example, yeah. That would--yeah. Generally speaking