Erlang is an industrial strength concurrent/distributed programming system for high-reliability soft realtime applications with runtime dynamic code replacement. The language is mostly-functional with a Prolog-like syntax with asynchronous message-passing between very lightweight processes. It is supported by the OTP middleware/runtime system.
released on 24 June 2005
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