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Language peer sets for CCal:
Designed 1987
1980s languages
Fifth generation
Late Cold War


alternate simple view
Designed 1987

Interpreted distributed programming language with high-level programming language concurrent control abstractions.

CCAL provides no control regime to the user, and is primarily used for prototyping application-specific control forms.

  • P. Kearns, C. Cipriani, and M. Freeman. (1987) P. Kearns, C. Cipriani, and M. Freeman. "CCAL: An interpreted language for experimentation in concurrent control" In Proceedings of the 1987 Conference on Interpreters and Interpretive Techniques, pages 283-291, St. Paul, Minnesota, June 1987.
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