Yvan Radenac wrote:
> 
> I am writing a small report about "Object oriented languages and their
> public implementations" for a course in Software Engineering.
> I am trying to classify and compare different oo languages.
> As i am not programmer, analyst or responsible of projects and the
> criterias are subjective, i am interesting in your experiences of
> object oriented language(s).
> 
> I think that there's no universal language, so it's not to compare, in
> a global way, each language.
> The goal is to create some tables to find the best choice for a kind
> of software development.
> 
> Thanks you to complete the 2 tables below for each language you use.
> 

You might find these pages useful:

http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/keith/crisis/   (this one has some nice
tables)
http://tunes.org/Review/Languages.html
http://www.chat.net/~jeske/Projects/ScriptPerf/
http://www.bagley.org/~doug/shootout/