Practical Smalltalk: Using Smalltalk/V
by Dan Shafer, Dean A. Ritz
Publisher: Springer 1991
Number of pages: 251
This book is specifically aimed at people who are interested in learning to build real-world applications using Smalltalk/V (and, more specifically, Smalltalk/V 286). To some extent at least, it picks up where the Smalltalk/V tutorial leaves off, although it also includes a bit of refresher material that extends some of the information in that tutorial as well.
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by Alec Sharp - Mcgraw-Hill
This book is written for people who want to become productive in Smalltalk programming in as short a time as possible. The book presents the information that the reader needs in order to understand the concepts and the capabilities of Smalltalk.
- Digitalk, Inc
Smalltalk is both a powerful language -- you can get a lot of activity out of a few lines of code -- and a powerful program development environment. This book is intended for both beginners as well as experienced Smalltalk programmers.
by Trevor Hopkins, Bernard Horan - Prentice Hall
A complete guide to Smalltalk-80, containing everything a user should know to start constructing applications. A very important language for those interested in object-oriented programming, one of the hot areas in software engineering.
by K. Khor, N. Chavis, S. Lovett, D. White - IBM
Since this tutorial is intended to be on the language itself, discussion of the development environment will not be covered in great detail. Focus will be placed on the parts of the language that are common to, and uniform across, all platforms.