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ht.turn()

a driver rotates the bottom of a steering wheel left ... every one shifts --> right (: a driver rotates the bottom of a steering wheel right ... every one shifts <-- left :)

FIRST --> SECOND --> THIRD ... BEEP

simple turn by turn layering by only DECODING then ENCODING means two people in the same vehicle can navigate a distributed system while maintaining communication with one another while also being sealed off from the outside world.

let id = "123" // license plate
let first = "1st Street" // road
let second = "2nd Street" // road
let third = "3rd Street" // road
// --with--
ht.mobile(id) // vehicle
ht.lane(id, first) // transport
ht.turn(id, second)
ht.turn(id, third)
ht.beep(id)
// --or--
ht.mobile(id).lane(first).turn(second).turn(third).beep()
// mobile: start...
// lane: transporting...
// listen: 1st Street
// turn: exit 1st Street
// turn: enter 2nd Street
// listen: 2nd Street
// turn: exit 2nd Street
// turn: enter 3rd Street
// listen: 3rd Street
// beep: 3rd Street
// beep: HONK

many things start out as 2 (for example: it's theorized that a majority of the stars in the universe first start out their lives as binary <--> systems; with another star.) which is why it's just exmaple code. meaning, we could have gone big and used an example of a bunch of people on a bus; or we could have gone local and used an example of 1-4 people in a car.

turn functions at a high level because it relies on low level commands (gears) in order to work. we can picture this best as a group of cyclists trying to get from point A to point B. if the entire group of riders agree to work together and take turns riding at the front ... as a group --> they will each reach their destination // faster and more efficiently.

UPWARD :)

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