Actalk



actalk

language
A Smalltalk-based actor language developed by J-P Briot in 1989.
[“Actalk: A Testbed for Classifying and Designing Actor Languages in the Smalltalk-80 Environment”, J-P. Briot, Proc ECOOP ’89, pp. 109-129].
(1994-11-08)

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