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Dylan Programming: An Object-Oriented and Dynamic Language

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Dylan Programming: An Object-Oriented and Dynamic Language
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0201479761
ISBN-13: 9780201479768
Number of pages: 267

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Dylan is a new programming language, that is both object-oriented, like C++ and Java, and dynamic, like Smalltalk. This book will be useful to anyone learning dynamic, object-oriented programming, whether it be in Dylan, Java, Smalltalk, or Lisp.

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