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Smalltalk Patterns: Best Practices

 

This book describes the style of expert Smalltalk programmers. It is organized as a sequence of patterns, which means that it can be learned one bit at a time. It is a programming style guide for Smalltalk that shows how to communicate with program code in the clearest fashion. If you would like to become an expert Smalltalk programmer, you should read this book.

Prentice Hall, 1997, 256 pp., ISBN 0-13-476904-X.

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