CommonLoops is a historical programming language created in 1986. CommonLoops (the Common Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System; an acronym reminiscent of the earlier Lisp OO system "Loops" for the Interlisp-D system) is an early programming language which extended Common Lisp to include Object-oriented programming functionality and is a dynamic object system which differs from the OOP facilities found in static languages such as C++ or Java. Like New Flavors, CommonLoops supported multiple inheritance, generic functions and method combination. CommonLoops also supported multi-methods and made use of metaobjects. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- CommonLoops first appeared in 1986
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- See also: common-lisp, java, clos
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Last updated October 14th, 2019