Hope+c



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A further evolution of Hope+ with continuation-based I/O, coroutines, and RFCs. Hope+C was developed as part of the Flagship project at Imperial College. It has been implemented for Sun-3s with Motorola FPUs.
See also Massey Hope, Concurrent Massey Hope.
E-mail: John Darlington .
[What kind of RFCs?]
(1999-06-23)

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