• (step {:keys [form env store cont value] :as state})
    Perform a single step of the interpreter and return a new state.
      Initially we pick off a few special cases:
      * If `form` is `nil` we check whether we have a non-empty
        continuation.  If we do, we continue with the first member of the
        continuation.  Otherwise we are done
      * If `form` is a symbol, we look up its value in the environment, 
        convert it into its denotation (i.e., the Clojure equivalent)
        and use that as the `:value` going forward.
      * If `form` is an atomic value, we leave it alone (since atomic
        values are always represented as their Clojure equivalent.
      * Otherwise we have a compound form.  The first thing we do in that
        case is to check whether it is a macro.  If it is, we expand it and
        return the expansion as new `:form` (not implemented yet).
        Otherwise, we check whether `:form` is a special operator.  If it is
        we evaluate it using a special rule.  If `form` is neither a macro
        nor a special operator it is a function call, and we evaluate the

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