object-oriented programming language


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object-oriented programming language

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I said Java is easier to learn than other object-oriented programming languages, specifically C++ but I think you will find that Java is straightforward, powerful, well designed, and an enjoyable language with which to program.
VBA is what's called an object-oriented programming language.
Harlequin also offers a range of software tools including Dylan, an object-oriented programming language developed by Apple Computer Inc which was touted as a rival to Java with the "efficiency of C++ and the simplicity of Smalltalk.
Kay - stumpy, shaggy and still vigorously youthful at 58 - has spent his time creating educational computer titles based on a powerful new object-oriented programming language he helped create called Squeak.
Java: A new object-oriented programming language that permits, through a Web browser, the downloading of programs that immediately run on the user's computer.
HealthObjects has been developed using the Smalltalk object-oriented programming language.
The only difference is that it is described in an object-oriented programming language, such as C++ or SmallTalk, and then the same software object is reused every time any application uses the concept "customer.
Previous programming experience and knowledge of either C or an object-oriented programming language are assumed.
This guide to pattern-based engineering (PBE) is intended for software architects and engineers who are familiar with patterns, UML, XML, and an object-oriented programming language.
Harlequin Inc has launched the Enterprise Edition of its Dylan dynamic object-oriented programming language for Windows 95, 98 and NT, including Corba support and a full internet InterORB protocol-compatible object request broker.
The meteoric rise of this object-oriented programming language can be traced to the growing popularity of the Web during the same period.
a former division of AT&T, owns a similar technology for object-oriented programming language, which assembles bundles of programming code and functions for reuse in the creation of more than one application.

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