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Actor-based Concurrent Language

Actor-Based Concurrent Language (ABCL) is an open-source programming language for building expressive distributed systems. The ABCL extends the well-known actor model with first-class futures and a unique syntax, making it easier to express concurrent processes. In ABCL, everything is an actor — a self-contained object that encapsulates state and behavior and interacts only through asynchronous messages. This approach makes it easier to reason about concurrent programs, minimizes race conditions, and reduces the need for locks and other synchronization mechanisms that can lead to deadlocks or contention issues in traditional multithreaded code.

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