Prototype-Based Programming: Concepts, Languages and Applications

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In recent years, an alternative to the traditional class-based object-oriented language model has emerged. In this prototype-based paradigm, there are no classes. Rather, new kinds of objects are formed more directly by composing concrete, full-fledged objects, which are often referred to as prototypes. When compared to class-based languages, prototype-based languages are conceptually simpler, and have many other characteristics that make them appealing, especially for the development of evolving, exploratory and/or ...

Prototype-Based Programming: Concepts, Languages and Applications 1999, Springer, Singapore

ISBN-13: 9789814021258

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