object-oriented programming language

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(computer science) a programming language that enables the programmer to associate a set of procedures with each type of data structure

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I said Java is easier to learn than other object-oriented programming languages, specifically C++ but I think you will find that Java is straightforward, powerful, well designed, and an enjoyable language with which to program.
Harlequin also offers a range of software tools including Dylan, an object-oriented programming language developed by Apple Computer Inc which was touted as a rival to Java with the "efficiency of C++ and the simplicity of Smalltalk." Harlequin continued with the project after Apple dropped out and produced a version for Windows in July 1998.
Java: A new object-oriented programming language that permits, through a Web browser, the downloading of programs that immediately run on the user's computer.
HealthObjects has been developed using the Smalltalk object-oriented programming language. It is a package of common features and functions found in existing health care information systems.
The only difference is that it is described in an object-oriented programming language, such as C++ or SmallTalk, and then the same software object is reused every time any application uses the concept "customer." Often, the software object simply retrieves a set of data that already is contained in a variety of existing data bases and applications.
C++ -- An object-oriented programming language developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories by Bjarne Stroustrup during the early 1980s.
This guide to pattern-based engineering (PBE) is intended for software architects and engineers who are familiar with patterns, UML, XML, and an object-oriented programming language. After some examples of pattern implementations, the book offers a four-chapter case study of PBE in action and discusses how PBE can fit into existing software development processes.
Python is a dynamic object-oriented programming language. It is often compared to Tcl, Perl, Ruby, Scheme or Java.
Harlequin Inc has launched the Enterprise Edition of its Dylan dynamic object-oriented programming language for Windows 95, 98 and NT, including Corba support and a full internet InterORB protocol-compatible object request broker.
In other words, the issue is to build and program a concurrent or distributed system with a given object-oriented methodology and a given object-oriented programming language. The main motivation is to increase modularity by decomposing systems into various components with clear interfaces.
The meteoric rise of this object-oriented programming language can be traced to the growing popularity of the Web during the same period.
No prior programming experience is required for this visual tutorial on Ruby, an object-oriented programming language. The book focuses on essential features, libraries, and syntax for programming with Ruby.
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. It is often compared to Tcl, Perl, Scheme or Java.
Because frameworks do not require any tools other than those needed for an object-oriented programming language, they tend to appear wherever object-oriented languages are used.
During the past few years, Smalltalk has become the fastest growing object-oriented programming language. According' to a recent report [1], the 1994 Smalltalk tools market was about $56 million (software only), which represents an approximate 60% increase in growth over 1993.
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