Object Oberon

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Object Oberon
Paradigm(s) Object-oriented
Developer H Mössenböck, J Templ, R Griesemer
Appeared in 1990 (1990)
Influenced by Oberon
Influenced Oberon-2

Object Oberon is a programming language which is based on the Oberon programming language with features for object-oriented programming. Oberon-2 was essentially a redesign of Object Oberon.

References[edit]

  • "Object Oberon - An Object-Oriented Extension of Oberon", H. Moessenboeck et al., ETH TR 109 (Apr 1990).
  • "Object Oberon - A Modest Object-Oriented Language", H. Moessenboeck & J. Templ, in Structured Programming 10(4), 1989.