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Object Oriented Programming in Oberon-2

Hanspeter Mossenbock, Niklaus Wirth (Preface)

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After reading "Programming in Oberon" by Reiser and Wirth, learn how to apply object-oriented concepts using Oberon-2. As the co-designer of Oberon-2, Mösenböck presents in his excellent book the fundamental object-oriented concepts, namely classes, inheritance, dynamic binding, explains useful techniques for object oriented program design, and discusses their cost-benefit relations. A case study of an object-oriented operating system is included as a non-trivial example.

Methodically this book is hard to beat.