Smalltalk and Object Orientation

@inproceedings{BSc1997SmalltalkAO,
  title={Smalltalk and Object Orientation},
  author={PhD Mbcs C.Eng John Hunt BSc},
  booktitle={Springer London},
  year={1997}
}
ly a Bag can be considered to be any collection of objects, which can be of any class; these objects are the elements of the Bag. It is a general place holder for collections of objects. There is no order assumed. It is the most general form of collection available in Small talk. (In many implementations each entry in the bag is actually an association which indicates the object and the number of times it has been placed in the bag. This is intended as a performance enhancement and is normally… CONTINUE READING

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