TOM object-oriented programming language is a programming language created in 1999. TOM was an object-oriented programming language developed in the 1990s that built on the lessons learned from Objective-C. The main purpose of TOM was to allow for "unplanned reuse" of code via a well-developed extension mechanism. This concept was introduced seemingly by accident in Objective-C and later proved to be of wide use, and was applied aggressively in TOM. Read more on Wikipedia...

21Years Old 20Users ?Jobs

Example code from Wikipedia:

implementation class HelloWorld

 int
   main Array argv
 {
    [[[stdio out] print "Hello, world!"] nl];
 }

 end;

 implementation instance HelloWorld end;

Last updated August 9th, 2020

Edit TOM object-oriented programming language on GitHub