ABCL (An object-Based Concurrent Language) is a family of programming languages developed by A. Yonezawa and his lab for "object-oriented concurrent programming". These languages are based upon a Lisp or Scheme core with primitives for object-oriented concurrent semantics (in other words, Actors). The language was further extended to use computational reflection (see ABCL/R) to manage distributed computing and other language extensions in a way that is as seamless as possible to the user.

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