Concurrent massey hope

language, functional programming
An extension of Massey Hope, by Peter Burgess, Robert Pointon, and Nigel Perry of Massey University, NZ, that provides multithreading and typed inter-thread communication. It uses C for intermediate code rather than assembly language.


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