Object-oriented Software

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Addison-Wesley, 1990 - Computers - 291 pages
This book discusses what object-oriented programming is and how it influences the way in which computer programs are written and used. The book explains the terms and techniques most frequently used to describe object-oriented programming and design. It also describes the benefits of object- oriented programming for both end-users and software. 0201507366B04062001

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The Essentials of Object Orientation
The Benefits
History of ObjectOriented Languages

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