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JoCaml, an extension of OCaml (Objective Caml), is a programming language that supports distributed computing with message passing. It provides language-level constructs for writing programs that can run on several computers or cores by allowing values to be sent as messages between different parts of the program. JoCaml's primary features include the ability to spawn new processes and communicate using asynchronous message passing semantics, as well as support for fault tolerance through location transparency which allows migrating processes across machines without modifying their source code.

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