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developed by Mark S. Miller. Began as end-user language and has now morphed into a secure language. Runs on top of JAVA. Very SCHEME-like under the hood. Because of this, its lost a bit of ease of use. It does illustrate some valuable concepts for distributed programming and security.  E defines and implements a pure object model of secure distributed persistent computation. It has two parts: 1) Elib - defines the stuff that goes on between objects. Written in pure JAVA and is currently being used commercially from JAVA. In this form, it simply makes the E object model available to JAVA programmers.  2) E language - can be used to express what happens within as object. Is very simple. Object granularity security.  http://www.erights.org

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