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A high-level music programming language, written in SAIL. Pla includes concurrency based on message passing.
[“Pla: A Composer’s Idea of a Language”, B. Schottstaedt, Computer Music J 7(1):11-20, Winter 1983].
/plɑːs/ noun 1. (South African) a farm
[plak-uh-buh l, pley-kuh-] /ˈplæk ə bəl, ˈpleɪ kə-/ adjective 1. capable of being placated, pacified, or appeased; forgiving. /ˈplækəbəl/ adjective 1. easily placated or appeased adj. c.1500, “pleasing,” from Middle French placable “forgiving, conciliatory” and directly from Latin placabilis “easily appeased or pacified,” from placare “to appease” (see placate). From 1580s as “capable of being […]
[plak-ij] /ˈplæk ɪdʒ/ noun 1. a thin facing on a building.
[plak-ahrd, -erd] /ˈplæk ɑrd, -ərd/ noun 1. a paperboard sign or notice, as one posted in a public place or carried by a demonstrator or picketer. 2. Armor. 2 . verb (used with object) 3. to display placards on or in: The square was placarded by peace marchers. 4. to publicize, announce, or advertise by […]