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A case study in software wrapping

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Object-oriented technology has become the predominant software development paradigm of the 1990's. More and more data processing user departments have started projects to introduce the technology and more and more universities are now teaching it. The languages C++, Smalltalk and Java have become the languages of choice. The paper discusses alternative strategies for introducing object technology into an existing data processing organization. It considers the level of encapsulation and software wrapping

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Software Maintenance, 1998. Proceedings., International Conference on

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16-20 Nov 1998

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