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Thu Nov 14 07:57:14 EST 2019

Objects need to be processes

Because if done well, it can be cheap.  But the main reason is that
the need for parallelism will arise at some point, and it is better to
ALWAYS think in terms of transactions.  Explicit message handling
solves that.

In this sense, Erlang's supervisor trees are there to restore macro
objects: objects that are built from interacting sub-objects.





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