Suggestions for OOP textbooks as a companion to Oforth?

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Suggestions for OOP textbooks as a companion to Oforth?

Postby bobgillies » 30 Jan 2017 22:12

Please add your suggestions here. If you would, rank them by beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Thanks.
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Re: Suggestions for OOP textbooks as a companion to Oforth?

Postby Franck » 30 Jan 2017 23:05

Even if it is not a textbook, there are information about Oforth OOP into the Oforth manual.
It can be downloaded here :
http://www.oforth.com/doc

Otherwise, Oforth OOP mecanisms are close to Smalltalk mecanisms, so any good Smalltalk textbook or tutorial is a good companion to Oforth.
(pure, automatic garbage collection, single inheritance, dynamically typed, ...).

Oforth is more distant from languages like C++ or Java, so I would not suggest textbooks for those languages.

For OOP concepts applied to Smalltalk, you can try (beginner to intermediate).
http://sdmeta.gforge.inria.fr/FreeBooks ... elease.pdf
http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~harry/musings/ ... rview.html

PS: Be carefull, what is called "message" in Smalltalk are "methods" in Oforth.

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Re: Suggestions for OOP textbooks as a companion to Oforth?

Postby bobgillies » 30 Jan 2017 23:30

Much appreciation for setting the distinction between the various OOP languages. :)
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