Glyph macros can be composed with other using the
/ character. Macro composition can be used instead of nesting, provided that macro containers (also called dispatchers in certain situations) take only one parameter and no attributes.
For example, the following code:
Can be written like this:
Composition can be useful to simplify complex Glyph macro constructs, but also for macro dispatching. Currently, Glyph supports two dispatchers: