An object-oriented language for Microsoft Windows written by Charles Duff of the Whitewater Group ca. 1986. It has Pascal/C-like syntax. Uses a token-threaded interpreter. Early binding is an option.

["Actor Does More than Windows", E.R. Tello, Dr Dobb's J 13(1):114-125 (Jan 1988)].


1. <programming> In object-oriented programming, an object which exists as a concurrent process.

2. <operating system> In Chorus, the unit of resource allocation.