CommonLoops: Merging Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming

@inproceedings{Bobrow1986CommonLoopsML,
  title={CommonLoops: Merging Lisp and Object-Oriented Programming},
  author={Daniel G. Bobrow and Kenneth M. Kahn and Gregor Kiczales and Larry Masinter and Mark Stefik and Frank Zdybel},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1986}
}
CommonLoops blends object-oriented programming smoothly and tightly with the procedure-oriented design of Lisp. Functions and methods are combined in a more general abstraction. Message passing is invoked via normal Lisp function call. Methods are viewed as partial descriptions of procedures. Lisp data types are integrated with object classes. With these integrations, it is easy to incrementally move a program between the procedure and object-oriented styles. One of the most important… CONTINUE READING
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