Object-oriented Programming: An Evolutionary Approach
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1991 - Computer software - 270 pages
The first book published that fully describes object-oriented programming in an accessible manner for a wide range of readers. This new second edition covers the changes that have occurred in Objective C version 4.0, the newest release, and the tools that assist in developing object-oriented software.
Open vs Closed Universe
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