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Object-oriented programming is currently enjoying a large-scale adoption of its techniques and languages both in teaching and in real applications. As a paradigm O-OP has stimulated language-specific books and general introductions bound to one language (for example, Eiffel, Smalltalk, and C++). This book comes from France as the first comparative study of the many languages on offer for object-oriented programming. It introduces a general view of O-OP and follows with an extensive look at the features and advantages of the most common languages.
Object Oriented Languages provides a comprehensive introduction to the many diverse aspects of object-oriented programming through a broad tour of currently available object-oriented languages. The text has been designed for teaching an introductory course in the fundamentals of object-oriented programming.
- An historic view of object-oriented languages
- Object-oriented languages surveyed through their classification into Class-based, Frame-based, Actor-based, and Hybrid languages
- Comparative accounts of many languages: Smalltalk, Objective-C, Flavors, CLOS, Simula, C++, Eiffel, and KRL
- A case study comparing programming with a Class-based language (Smalltalk) and a more classical language (Ada)
- Implementations of three object-oriented languages with programming examples and illustrations throughout
- Glossary of terms and listings of language vendors
A general introduction for object-oriented programming at the undergraduate and graduate levels
LISP and Objects
The Scandinavian School
Programming with Classes
Add Objects to Your LISP
State of the Art and Perspectives
An Implementation of ObjVlisp
- No. of pages:
- © Academic Press 1991
- 28th January 1991
- Academic Press
- Paperback ISBN:
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