Kristensen, Madsen <olmadsen@daimi.aau.dk>, Moller-Pedersen & Nygaard, 1983. Object-oriented language with block structure, coroutines, concurrency, strong typing, part objects, separate objects and classless objects. Central feature is a single abstraction mechanism called "patterns", a generalisation of classes, providing instantiation and hierarchical inheritance for all objects including procedures and processes.

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["Object-Oriented Programming in the BETA Programming Language", Ole Lehrmann et al, A-W June 1993, ISBN 0-201-62430-3].

(01 Mar 1995)

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/bay't*/, /be't*/ or (Commonwealth) /bee't*/

See beta conversion, beta test.

(01 Jul 2002)

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Entry pre fix is generally ignored for alphabetical reference, look for main portion of word.

This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology

(11 Mar 2008)

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