CommonObjects: an overview

@inproceedings{Snyder1986CommonObjectsAO,
  title={CommonObjects: an overview},
  author={Alan Snyder},
  booktitle={OOPWORK '86},
  year={1986}
}
CommonObjects is an extension to Common Lisp that provides efficient support for object-oriented programming in the objectcentered style of Smalltalk and Flavors. CommonObjects differs from other similar languages by providing greater support for encapsulation, particularly with respect to inheritance. In Commonobjects, access by a method to an inherited component of an object is mediated by the external interface of the defining class. Other features of CommonObjects include dynamic class… CONTINUE READING