BDD without a framework

A Simple port of the Calculator BDD sample from http://cukes.info. Most BDD frameworks require attributes and shared state to run a test (I'm looking at you specflow!) As the test suite grows, the accidental complexity of different steps initialising (or not) class state becomes a huge problem, resulting in fragile tests. By accumulating state until the assertion, the tests become strongly typed and resilient to change. F#'s backtick methods combined with continuations and lightweight syntax can be taken to extremes to produce a lightweight internal DSL, with efficient results.