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].
- Acta sanctorum
a collection of the biographies of the Christian saints and martyrs, edited by the Bollandists and arranged according to the ecclesiastical calendar. Historical Examples This immense series is popularly known either as the “Acta Sanctorum” or the Bollandists. The Contemporary Review, January 1883 Various This particular story is found in the Acta Sanctorum for July […]
official records, as of acts, deeds, proceedings, transactions, or the like. Contemporary Examples One of the earliest ancestors of the modern newspaper was the acta Diurna Populi Romani, or “Daily Acts of the Roman People.” Social Media is So Old Even the Romans Had It Nick Romeo October 24, 2013 Julius Caesar established the acta […]
capable of being or suitable for . Historical Examples Here the dramatic form was much more definite, though still not attempting acted or actable drama. A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1895) George Saintsbury The thing is to pack them all into a neat little framework and then act what is actable. Three Plays Luigi […]
capable of being or suitable for .
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)