Definitions for "Smalltalk"
Keywords:  xerox, simula, parc, alan, kay
An object-oriented computer programming language developed at Xerox Corporation's Palo Alto Research Center.
Smalltalk is an efficient language for writing computer programs. Historically it is one of the first object-oriented languages, and is not only used today in its pure form but shows its influence in other languages like Objective-C.
An early object oriented programming language developed in 1972 by the Software Concepts Group (led by Alan Kay) for the Xerox PARC project. It added onto the Simula-67 programming language, and is still in use today by some.
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a 'live' environment, so the runtime can collect information necessary for refactoring