Passing more than a belt’s worth of arguments into/out of functions?
How do functions that require more than a belt’s worth of arguments get those input args that don’t fit on the callee’s belt? Conventional machines typically pass these via the stack. But stacks for Mill functions, so far as I understand them, are function local and always initially zeroed. So passing the extras via the stack sounds like it can’t work for this case. One of the belt-passed input parameters could be a pointer the rest of the arguments, somewhere else in memory. Is that how this case is handled, or is there some other mechanism? I know that huge argument lists are considered poor form (so this situation should be rare), but the machine + compiler will have to to handle this case. Are output parameters beyond what fits on the belt handled the same as excess input args?