haven't really touched it
messing around with gnoga right now
probably past time to get started on the tagged version of the prng, but I need to look at interfaces a little bit more
the thing is, all of the internal types need to be generic
so I might need to just use a tagged null record as the root type
haven't really used interfaces before in any language. mostly come from C++
I get the basic idea behind them, but need to get a bit of a feel for how I can (ab)use them
I saw your video though. cool stuff!