Takes the topmost item and evaluates it as a PumpkinScript values-only program on the current stack

Input stack: vals

Output stack: all the values

UNWRAP is a "safe" cousin of EVAL. It takes a closure and as long as it does not contain any words, evaluates it (essentially, putting all the data on the stack)

It's particularly useful in conjunction with NONE? and SOME?.

PumpkinDB> [1 2 3] UNWRAP
1 2 3


Runtime allocation during parsing


EmptyStack error if there is less than one item on the stack

InvalidValue error if there are words in the item


works : [3 2 1 ] UNWRAP.
empty_stack : [UNWRAP] TRY UNWRAP 0x04 EQUAL?.

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