In article <gb4n19.co2.ln / frigg.belbone.net>,
kristoff.bonne / compaqnet.nospam.be wrote:

> Greetings,
> 
> As I have never really 'learned' how to do programming in Object-
> Oriented style, I thought I'll give it a try!
> 
> Ruby seams like a nice place to start (I now mainly use perl and
> -some- tcl/tk), but I am -first- looking for a good book on 
> OO-programming itself. (Not really the language, but the basic
> 'way of thinking' of OO).
> 
> Anybody any ideas?
> 
> 
> Cheerio! Kr. Bonne.

Another nice quick intro to OOP is:

Object Technology - A Managers Guide
(2nd Ed.)
David A. Taylor, Ph.D.

I know it's recommended on the Smalltalk list. It was one of my first
books on the subject, and I still re-read parts of it occassionally.

JC