Synchronous C++: A Language for Interactive Applications

Synchronous C++ defines active objects that contain their own execution threads and can communicate with each other by means of synchronizing method calls. The author shows how to model programs in sC++ and compares sC++ with event-driven programming.


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IEEE Computer, 31, 8, 65-72
Year:
1998
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