Since a pattern is a generalization of abstraction mechanisms like class, procedure, function, etc. In addition to the above mentioned abstraction mechanisms, the pattern subsumes notions such as generic package and task type as known from Ada. As I learned on a trip to Denmark years ago, BETA remains relevant because of the students who worked on it, many of whom have gone on to do important work in languages and virtual machines.
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Joy, G. Running tests Test Organization Accepting Command Line Arguments Reading a File Refactoring to Improve Modularity and Error Handling Working with Environment Variables Functional Language Features: Iterators and Closures Processing a Series of Items with Iterators Comparing Performance: Loops vs. Iterators More about Cargo and Crates. Customizing Builds with Release Profiles Publishing a Crate to Crates. Cargo Workspaces Installing Binaries from Crates. Extending Cargo with Custom Commands Smart Pointers Rc , the Reference Counted Smart Pointer RefCell and the Interior Mutability Pattern Fearless Concurrency Threads Message Passing Shared State Extensible Concurrency: Sync and Send Object Oriented Programming Features of Rust Characteristics of Object-Oriented Languages Implementing an Object-Oriented Design Pattern Patterns Match the Structure of Values All the Places Patterns May be Used