An enhanced form of dynamic untyped object-based inheritance

By: Anthony Savidis


In contrast to the domain of classless languages, in which the reported work falls, dynamic class-based languages like Python and Ruby are very popular today, probably more popular than in the past. Usually this situation is attributed to both the lack of static type checking and to the unconventional inheritance programming models offered in comparison to class-based languages.

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Anthony Savidis, “An enhanced form of dynamic untyped object-based inheritance”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 7, no. 4 (May 2008), pp. 101-122, doi:10.5381/jot.2008.7.4.a2.

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