a high-level actor language by carl hewitt. a descendant of act2 which provides support for automatic generation of customers and for delegation and inheritance.
[“linguistic support of receptionists for shared resources”, c. hewitt et al in seminar on concurrency, s.d. brookes et al eds, lncs 197, springer 1985, pp. 330-359].

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