Wire Protocol For CallBacks

A callback capability is one by which the server obtains a remote reference of the client and invokes methods on the client as if it were a local object. In the example the client sends a remote reference to one of its ports. The server unpacks this remote reference like a globalpointer and then invokes methods on it as it would do on any global pointer.

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