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Re^3: perl5 road map?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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The thing is that in Erlang ... create processes (it doesn't have threads)
Sorry, but you are wrong. Erlang does use threads.
here's an example from Erlang Programming that creates 10000 processes (in the book they actually starting at 100000):
Yes. And the Go language proponents promote that it can do the same thing:
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And the same goes for both the Erlang and Go threading demos. They are entirely useless as demonstrations of anything practical or useful.
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