Smalltalk-80: The Language

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Addison-Wesley, Jan 1, 1989 - Computers - 585 pages
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The Smalltalk-80 system is an integrated, graphical, and interactive programming environment with capabilities for producing highly functional contact with personal computer systems. This book, a revision of Smalltalk-80: The Language and its Implementation, includes the latest developments and newest features of Smalltalk-80 Version 2.

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Companion to the excellent "Smalltalk-80 : The Language and Its Implementation" by Goldberg and Robson, it's a guide to a past time, when rich programming environments existed for the more ... Read full review

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Ah, Smalltalk, that sweet, elegant language. It's amazing to realize how very LONG ago this was, and to know that it (and a few others, such as C, LISP, and yes, FORTRAN) lives on, in daily use, here ... Read full review

Contents

Objects and Messages
7
Expression Syntax
17
Contents
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Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Goldberg is President and CEO of ParcPlace Systems, developers of object-oriented software development and delivery systems.

Robson is a laboratory manager with Systems Sciences Laboratory at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center.

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