Kristensen, Madsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 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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/bay't*/, /be't*/ or (Commonwealth) /bee't*/
See beta conversion, beta test.