Subject: Computer Science - Programming Languages | D.3.3 | D.1.1
Reactive systems are systems that maintain an ongoing interaction with their environment, activated by receiving input events from the environment and producing output events in response. Modern programming languages designed to program such systems use a paradigm based... View more
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