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comment Why is Akka good for concurrency?
@Daenyth I agree that you'd have to use a weird construct to achieve deadlock with actors; but from a similar perspective you'd have to use a weird construct to achieve a deadlock with lock-based concurrency (although I agree it's much more easier to create a deadlock with a mutex than with an actor). Anyway, the idea is that only transactional memory guarantees that you cannot have a deadlock no matter what weird construct you chose to implement.
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comment Why is Akka good for concurrency?
@8bittree Yep, you are correct; i misspelled. Just in case you don't know, you can edit the answers to correct such issues.
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@Yosi In case a software system does not behave as intended you have a bad software system or bug(s) in it?
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