Smalltalk V : Practice and Experience
This comprehensive text represents an up-to-date examination of the dominant implementation language used by many companies within the MIS field. OOP and Smalltalk topics are addressed within the context of practical and useful case studies, such as the design of classes with Multiple Regression, the importance of Generalization, and the use of Meta-Level Facilities and Encapsulators. Each topic discussed is supported by sample applications, which are often presented with specific design issues and programming tips.
- Paperback | 185 pages
- 178 x 235mm | 400g
- 01 Nov 1993
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- International edition
Table of contents
Multiple Representations; Generalization - an activity promoted by object-oriented languages; disk objects and Meta-Level Facilities; film loops and primitive animation; windows, panes and events; taking the pane out of building windows; combining modal and non-modal components to build a picture viewer; pluggable tiling panes; fuzzy sets and line plots; dynamic data exchange.