object-oriented programming language


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object-oriented programming language

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"Encapsulation and inheritance in object-oriented programming languages" in OOPSLA '86 Proceedings, pages 38{45.
Although the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism are strengths of object-oriented programming languages, they pose special challenges in program slicing.
Croquet was built with an object-oriented programming language called Squeak.
Java is a reflective, object-oriented programming language developed initially by James Gosling and colleagues at Sun Microsystems.
In this article, we'll discuss how Extreme Programming (XP)--a software development methodology that evolved from processes created by developers of the object-oriented programming language Smalltalk in the mid-1980s--can now be used to effectively solve many of the major issues that lead to project complications.
Java is an object-oriented programming language with syntax and keywords almost identical to C++, another object-oriented language that has been used extensively for over 20 years.
MOO is a type of MUD that incorporates a sophisticated, object-oriented programming language that participants can use to construct their own personalized characters and worlds (Pfaffenberger, 2001).
Its "happy" design cites the logo of Smalltalk, an object-oriented programming language developed by Alan Kay at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center in the early '70s.
OpenScript is the object-oriented programming language used by Instructor and it can create custom objects beyond those already included in the templates.
VBA is what's called an object-oriented programming language. That means the code is made up of programming objects, which are characterized in two ways: by their properties and methods.

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