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Language peer sets for Oberon-2:
Designed 1991
1990s languages
Fifth generation
Post-Cold War


alternate simple view
Country: Switzerland
Designed 1991
Published: 1991

A redesign of Object Oberon.

Type-bound procedures (equivalent to methods), read-only export of variables and record fields, open array variables, and a 'with' statement with variants. The 'for' statement is reintroduced.

Related languages
Oberon Oberon-2   Evolution of
Object Oberon Oberon-2   Evolution of
Oberon-2 COMPONENT PASCAL   Evolution of

  • Moessenboeck, H. (1991) Moessenboeck, H. "A superset of Oberon-1 to include object-orientation" Second Intl Modula-2 Conf, Sept 1991. Abstract
  • Moessenboeck, H. (1991) Moessenboeck, H. "Differences between Oberon and Oberon-2 The Programming Language Oberon-2" TR 160 ETH Zurich May 1991
  • Moessenboeck, H. (1991) Moessenboeck, H. and Wirth, N. The Programming Language Oberon-2 TR Uni Linz CS-SSW-P91-12 Abstract ps
  • Nigro, Libero (1993) Nigro, Libero "On the type extensions of Oberon-2" pp41-44 Abstract DOI Extract: Introduction Extract: Modules and abstract data types Extract: Conclusions
          in [SIGPLAN] (1993) [ACM SIGPLAN] SIGPLAN Notices 28(02) February 1993
  • Moessenboeck, H. (1994) Moessenboeck, H. "Extensibility in the Oberon System" Uni of Linz TR CS-SSW-P94-01 1994 Abstract ps
          in [SIGPLAN] (1993) [ACM SIGPLAN] SIGPLAN Notices 28(02) February 1993
  • Moessenboeck, H and Wirth, N. (1997) Moessenboeck, H and Wirth, N. "Component Pascal Language Report" 10. Sept. 97 (Preliminary) Extract: Introduction Online copy
          in [SIGPLAN] (1993) [ACM SIGPLAN] SIGPLAN Notices 28(02) February 1993
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