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Polyphonic C Sharp

Polyphonic C#
Paradigm multi-paradigm: structured, imperative, object-oriented, event-driven, functional, concurrent
Designed by Nick Benton, Luca Cardelli, Cédric Fournet
Developer Microsoft Research
First appeared 2002
Typing discipline static, strong, safe, nominative
Website Polyphonic C# Homepage
Influenced by
C#, Join calculus

Polyphonic C# is an extension of the C# programming language.

It includes a new concurrency model in which objects can have both synchronous and asynchronous methods. The language is being developed by Nick Benton, Luca Cardelli and Cédric Fournet at Microsoft Research.

Polyphonic C# is based on the join-calculus developed at INRIA Rocquencourt by Cédric Fournet et al.

Polyphonic C# has been integrated with .

See also

External links

  • Polyphonic C# Homepage
  • The join-calculus
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