Traits: An approach to multiple-inheritance subclassing

@inproceedings{Curry1982TraitsAA,
  title={Traits: An approach to multiple-inheritance subclassing},
  author={G. Curry and Larry Baer and Daniel E. Lipkie and Bruce W. Lee},
  year={1982}
}
  • G. Curry, Larry Baer, +1 author Bruce W. Lee
  • Published 1982
  • This paper describes a new technique for organizing software which has been used successfully by the Xerox Star 8010 workstation. The workstation (WS) software is written in an “object-oriented” style: it can be viewed as a system of inter-communicating objects of different object types. Most of the WS software considers object types to be constructed by assembling more primitive abstractions called traits. A trait is a characteristic of an object, and is expressed as a set of operations which… CONTINUE READING

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