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From: Martin Chabr <martin_chabr@y...>
Subject: Ant: [Caml-list] The "Objective" part of Objective Caml

--- Florian Weimer <> wrote:

> I was a bit surprised when I started playing with
> Caml objects.  I
> couldn't find a definite reference, but it seems
> that the object
> system was indeed inspired by the "Objective" family
> of languages (the
> "evolutionary approach" to add a Smalltalk-like
> object system
> described by Brad Cox in the 80s, later picked up by
> NeXT).  Is this
> really the case?  Or is the similarity just a
> coincidence?

The object oriented part of OCaml is roughly speaking
just as capable as that of Python, C++, Java, C# etc.

You get a nice overview in these 4 online books:

1. O'Reilly book on OCaml

2. Jason Hickey's tutorial
3. Merjis tutorial by Rich Jones
4. a little more advanced treatise by Didier Rémy
- these 3 and others at

Have fun!




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