Lagoona (programming language)
Lagoona is an experimental programming language developed by Michael Franz, a former student of Niklaus Wirth. It explores component-oriented programming with the use of stand-alone messages and message sets, message forwarding, and by de-emphasizing classes.
- On Certain Basic Properties of Component Oriented Programming Languages
- Supporting Software Composition at the Programming-Language Level
- Towards Language Support for Component-Oriented Real-Time Programming
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