Smalltalk: An Introduction to Application Development Using VisualWorks

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1995 - Computers - 408 pages
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Smalltalk: An introduction to application development using VisualWorks presents a comprehensive guide to developing Smalltalk applications using VisualWorks 2.0. It provides a detailed explanation of the Smalltalk language, and describes the VisualWorks development environment and its rich library of classes. Both the specialist and the general reader will find this book accessible. It can be used by university and college students, as well as software professionals. No previous knowledge of object-oriented programming is required, but an understanding of at least one programming language (such as Pascal, C or Lisp) is necessary.

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Introduction to Smalltalk
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Getting going with user interface

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