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Smalltalk as a programming language
Last updated at 3:20 pm UTC on 4 November 2020
Smalltalk is called a programming language.
- It is a curious one, very different from well-known languages like Java with their syntax and semantics.
- Smalltalk, as a programming language, does not have the concept of a program.
- Smalltalk, as a class-oriented language, does not have syntax for the declaration of a class.
- Smalltalk, as an object-oriented language, can't describe how objects collaborate to achieve a goal.