>> (for-each send (current-input))The input yielded by (current-input) is applied to the (iter value) function, which yields an iteration thunk. That thunk is called repeatedly by for-each until it raises a (done why) error. A slightly less verbose version:
>> (for-each send wait)The iterator for a function is the function itself; iter makes the assumption that the supplied function is a generator. Part of this was already done in Mosquito, but only a couple functions supported it, it was never documented, and most sequences had to be converted into an intermediate list. Those oversights have been corrected. I am going on vacation this week, so, either expect a lot of changes, or none at all, next weekend. Waspdoc now lists all functions exported by a module, identifies its imports, and is coming along nicely.