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Subject:Re: What is OO? From:Robert Bononno <bononno -at- ACF2 -dot- NYU -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 28 Apr 1994 21:00:15 -0400
Probably Object Oriented, as in OOP.
Robert Bononno /// Techline
bononno -at- acf2 -dot- nyu -dot- edu
On Thu, 28 Apr 1994, Karla McMaster wrote:
> I've been trying to catch up on a couple weeks worth of mail, lately, and have
> run across several postings that mention OO (or is it zerozero?). In any case,
> because I have read these postings out of order or accidentally deleted
> something, I am in the dark as to what OO is...Can someone enlighten me?
> Karla McMaster, technical writer
> CTI PET Systems, Inc., Knoxville, TN
> mcmaster -at- cti-pet -dot- com