A Taste of Smalltalk
by Ted Kaehler, Dave Patterson
Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc 1986
Number of pages: 152
The purpose of this tutorial is to give you a taste of programming in the Smalltalk-80 language and environment. Our approach is to guide you through several versions of a small program in a short time. If these small examples get you interested, then larger programs will get you addicted, for the power of the Smalltalk-80 system increases as programs grow.
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