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R. P. Ten Dyke ; P.O. Box 789, Bedford, New York 10506, USA ; J. C. Kunz

Object-oriented programming involves a new way of thinking about and programming applications. The thought process and techniques are introduced through a discussion of the language Smalltalk and through an illustrative example. These concepts are extended to a hybrid functional language, object-oriented system, KEE®, and illustrated through the use of knowledge-based system examples.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 3 )