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authors Cox, Brad J.
year 1987
title The Objective-C Environment; Past, Present, and Future
source COMPCON 88. December, 1987. 6 p. includes bibliography
summary The Objective-C environment is a growing collection of tools and reusable components (Software-ICs) for large-scale production system-building. Its goal is to make it possible for its users to build software systems in the way that hardware engineers build theirs, by reusing Software-ICs supplied by a marketplace in generic components rather than by building everything from scratch. The environment is based on conventional technology (C and Unix-style operating systems), which it includes and extends. The extensions presently include a compiled and an interpreted implementation of Objective-C (an object-oriented programming language based on C) and several libraries of reusable components (ICpaks)
keywords languages, OOPS, software, programming, business, Objective-C
series CADline
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