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3.17) What Tutorials Are Available On Object-Oriented Concepts and Languages?




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This article is from the Object-Oriented Technology FAQ, by Bob Hathaway rjh@geodesic.com with numerous contributions by others.

3.17) What Tutorials Are Available On Object-Oriented Concepts and Languages?

Date: Thu, 25 May 95 17:31:21 EDT
From: wheeler@ida.org (David Wheeler)

A list of C/C++ tutorials, including online tutorials, is maintained at:
http://vinny.csd.mu.edu/learn.html

Note that C and C++ are treated together. One of the tutorials listed is the
course: "Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Using C++", a self-paced
class within the Globewide Network Academy [GNA]; this course may be found at:
http://uu-gna.mit.edu:8001/uu-gna/text/cc/index.html

Another course listed is the Coronado Enterprises C++ Tutorial, which assumes
that the user is already familiar with C (not necessarily ANSI C). It may be
downloaded from:
anonymous@oak.oakland.edu:simtel/msdos/cpluspls/cptuts22.zip
anonymous@oak.oakland.edu:simtel/msdos/cpluspls/cptutt22.zip

One Ada 95 on-line tutorial is Lovelace, which is intended for those who are
already familiar with other algorithmic programming languages and are somewhat
familiar with object orientation. Lovelace is available at:
anonymous@ftp://lglftp.epfl.ch/pub/Ada/HTML/
http://lglwww.epfl.ch/Ada/Tutorials/Lovelace/lovelace.html

Other Ada tutorials are listed in:
http://lglwww.epfl.ch/Ada/Tutorials/Lovelace/othert.html

The Sather home page includes a list of Sather tutorials in its "Getting
Started" section:
http://http.icsi.berkeley.edu/Sather/

The BETA language is introduced in:
http://www.daimi.aau.dk/~beta/Tutorials/BETAintroduction/BETAintroduction.html

A large list of SELF-related papers available electronically is at:
http://self.stanford.edu/papers/papers.html

The Booch design method is briefly described in
http://www.itr.ch/tt/case/BoochReferenz/

For a list of many different resources of computer-language-specific
information, see the YAHOO list of computer languages at:
http://www.yahoo.com/Computers/Languages/

 

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