While there are many books on particular languages, especially C++ and Java, they tend to concentrate on how to program using that language and their treatment of the semantics is highly languages-specific. A more wide-ranging comparison of the various languages and their underlying concepts is lacking. The Interpretation of Object-Oriented Programming Languages attempts to provides a comprehensive treatment of the main approaches to object-oriented languages, including:- class-based, prototype, and actor languages. This book will be useful for final year undergraduates/first year postgraduates studying object-oriented programming, as well as research students and others requiring a detailed account of object-oriented programming languages and their central concepts.

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