OO (was: Why is tcl broken?)

Peter phXineXly at haXwaii.edXu
Sun Jun 13 02:37:59 CEST 1999

In article <3762988E.C94AA252 at iname.com>, Fernando Mato Mira
<matomira at iname.com> wrote:

> Smalltalk taught me OO.
> Occam taught me about concurrency.
> Eiffel taught me SE.
> CLOS taught me what OO really means.

If you are a fan of CLOS, you might want to check out the Dylan
programming language.

It is basically a thoroughly modernized descendant of Lisp/CLOS with an
infix instead of prefix syntax.  In Dylan, almost everything is an object
including the primitive data types (such as integers).  Methods and
classes are also first class objects.

p h i n e l y @hawaii.edu

Dylan... the high-performance dynamic language
 * open-source Unix version:  http://www.gwydiondylan.org/
 * free Win32 version: http://www.harlequin.com/products/ads/dylan/

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