1. A concurrent extension of ML by Holmstrom and Matthews, using CCS.
[“PFL: A Functional Language for Parallel Programming”, S. Holmstrom in Proc Declarative Language Workshop, London 1983].
2. Persistent Functional Language.
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language A portable (hence the “p”) ANS-standard Forth implemented in ANSI C. Phil Burk (http://softsynth.com/philburk.html) initially began developing pForth in 1994 to support ASIC development at 3DO. (1998-06-30)