Smalltalk Programming Language

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History | Significant Language Features | Areas of Application | Sample Programs
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The Learning Research Group at Xerox PARC designed a language to support Alan Kay's programming paradigm. This led to the Smalltalk-72 software. After experiments were performed on Smalltalk-72, a sequence of languages ending in Smalltalk-80 were developed   .

Significant Language Features

Areas of Application

The demand for Smalltalk programmers is growing in areas where the telecommunications industry is strong.

Sample Programs




University and college pages





Related Links

Printed References

  1. Sebesta, Robert W. Concepts of Programming Languages. Addison-Wesley: Menlo Park, 1996.
  2. Wilson, Linda. "Big Cry for Smalltalk," Computerworld October 14, 1996.


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