Hello Albert,

Sunday, October 13, 2002, 6:09:38 AM, you wrote:

AW> Language, in the chapter on the Object Model, Dynamism is listed immediately
AW> after Inheritance.  It talks of three kinds of dynamism:

AW> * Dynamic typing,  waiting until runtime to determine the class of an object
AW> * Dynamic binding, determining at runtime what method to invoke
AW> * Dynamic loading, adding new components to a program as it runs

this lists specific properties of obj-c itself

AW> My own experience is almost completely Smalltalk, but with Ruby most recently.
AW> These three dynamisms are common in both.  I am certainly not an "authority" 
AW> but I would vote for the inclusion of dynamism.

dynamism is part of dynamic (interpretated) OO langs. simula, c++,
eiffel, java don't have some of these properties



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