Smalltalk/V: Tutorial and Programming Handbook
Publisher: Digitalk, Inc 1988
Number of pages: 571
Smalltalk is both a powerful language -- you can get a lot of activity out of a few lines of code -- and a powerful program development environment -- software utilities help you to reuse as many lines of pre-written code as possible. This book is intended for both people who have never used Smalltalk as well as experienced Smalltalk programmers.
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by Canol Goekel - Lulu.com
This book tries a different approach for teaching introductory computer programming than most other books by choosing Smalltalk as the programming language. A language which is mature and powerful yet not as widely used as some popular alternatives.
by E. Klimas, S. Skublics, D. A. Thomas - Prentice Hall
Bridging the gap between established software engineering principles and the real-world programming, this book presents guidelines for programming in the Smalltalk language that will result in source code that is clear and easy to understand.
by Adele Goldberg - Addison-Wesley
This book is an introduction to the user interface of the Smalltalk-80 system, an illustrated description of how to explore the class descriptions available in the system, how to use the editors for implementing new class descriptions, etc.
by Adele Goldberg, David Robson - Addison-Wesley
The book is an overview of the concepts and syntax of the programming language, and an annotated and illustrated specification of the system's functionality. The book gives an example of the design and implementation of a moderate-size application.