Class-Based Programming Languages

Class-Based Programming Languages

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 91. Chapters: Java, C++, Python, Eiffel, Smalltalk, Ruby, Simula, Common Lisp, Oberon, CLU, Objective-C, Squeak, Sather, Pike, D, Oxygene, C Sharp, JADE, AgentSheets, Magik, Oak, Visual Prolog, Python for S60, Pharo, Lava, Embedded C++, Spec Sharp, Boo, F-Script, Ferite, Smalltalk YX, VistaSmalltalk, Strongtalk, Sing Sharp, Fuxi Programming Language, Monkeybars Framework, Object REXX, Nu, Active Oberon, Bistro, Little Smalltalk, Clascal, Lightweight Java. Excerpt: Oxygene (formerly known as Chrome) is a programming language developed by RemObjects Software for Microsoft's Common Language Infrastructure. Oxygene is Object Pascal-based. Compared to the now deprecated Delphi.NET, Oxygene does not emphasize total backward compatibility, but is designed to be a full .NET citizen and leverage all the features and technologies provided by the .NET runtime. Starting 2008, RemObjects Software has licensed its compiler and IDE technology to Embarcadero to be used in their Delphi Prism product. Delphi Prism offers full integration into Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010. Starting the Fall of 2011, Oxygene is adds support for the Java and Android runtimes, as well. The Embarcadero Prism product continues to focus on .NET, with Java support being available as a separate product from RemObjects Software. Both products/platforms share the same core compiler and development environment. The Oxygene language has its origins in Object Pascal in general and Delphi in particular, but was designed to reflect the guidelines of .NET programming and to create fully CLR-compliant assemblies. Therefore not all language features known from Object Pascal / Delphi can be found any longer in Oxygene or only as legacy features. Oxygene is an object-oriented language, which means it uses classes, which can hold data and execute code, to design programs. Classes are ..q.Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Title:Class-Based Programming Languages
Author: Source Wikipedia, LLC Books
Publisher:Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2011-08-31

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