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Result 1-20 of about 94

Ecrits d'ICSLA
Laboratoire d'Informatique Ecole Polytechnique
Document, 1994-1995
102773593

Lucid Common Lisp/HP guides
Lucid, Inc.
Document, 1990
102774003

Schemer's Guide, The
Schemers Inc.
Document, 1990
102773620

HP Common Lisp advanced user's guide
Lucid, Inc.
Document, 1990
102774002

Lucid Common Lisp/SPARC Solaris manual
Harlequin Group Limited
Document, 1995-04
102774019

LispWorks version 4.1 manuals
Harlequin Group Limited
Document, 1998
102774021

Objectworks\Smalltalk
ParcPlace Systems Inc.
Document, 1990
102773600

Franz Developer Symposium proceedings

Document, 2001-03
102774023

Common Lisp
McGraw-Hill Book Company
Document, 1989
102773999

UtiLisp manual
University of Tokyo. Department of Mathematical Engineering
Document, 1988-01
102773627

Object-oriented programming : the CLOS perspective
MIT Press
Document, 1993
102774000

Tao reference manual
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT). Electrical Communications Laboratories
Document, 1987-08
102774006

Object-oriented software construction
Prentice-Hall
Document, 1988
102773596

Langages Lisp, Les
InterEditions
Document, 1994
102773611

Object-oriented concepts, databases, and applications
ACM Press
Document, 1989
102773598

OOPS messenger
ACM Press
Document, 1990-1995
102773601

OOPSLA '96 proceedings
ACM Press
Document, 1996-10
102773606

Persistent CLOS : user guide/reference manual version 1.20
Franz, Inc.
Document, 1993-12
102774015

Harlequin Common Lisp ORB : developing component software with CORBA
Harlequin Group Limited
Document, 1999-01
102774022

Implementing primitive datatypes for higher-level languages
University of Utah. Department of Computer Science
Document, 1988
102773997