CAL Actor Language is an actively used programming language created in 2001. CAL (the Cal Actor Language) is a high-level programming language for writing (dataflow) actors, which are stateful operators that transform input streams of data objects (tokens) into output streams. CAL has been compiled to a variety of target platforms, including single-core processors, multicore processors, and programmable hardware. It has been used in several application areas, including video and processing, compression and cryptography. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- CAL Actor Language first appeared in 2001
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Last updated February 18th, 2020