Multiprocessing Conway’s Game of Life in Erlang

This is an implementation of Conway’s Game of
Life written in Erlang,
a general-purpose, concurrent, functional programming
language. A lot of this essay will be an attempt to
document not just the novel syntax but the different problem-solving and
archit… Read more

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