What are OOP's Jargons and Complexities?

Matthias Buelow mkb at incubus.de
Wed Jun 1 16:07:58 CEST 2005


Anno Siegel wrote:

> I've been through Pascal, Modula2 and Oberon, and I agree.
> In the short run they succeeded.  For a number of years, languages of
> that family were widely used, primarily in educational programming
> but also in implementing large real-life systems.

With a few relaxations and extensions, you can get a surprisingly useful
language out of the rigid Pascal, as evidenced by Turbo Pascal, one of
the most popular (and practical) programming languages in the late 80ies
/ start of the 90ies.

mkb.



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