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Re: An Introduction to Programming with Mathematica, Third Edition


Hi,

Yes, I have third edition. And strictly, in my opinion, there is no
info about object-oriented methods.

However it all depends on what you define as OBJECT. Look at

http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/5773/

and you will find out that

**********************
Parts of Mathematica are already object-oriented

	Front-End Programming

	NDSolve Method Plug-in Framework

***************************

and frond-end programming is described in the book.

Best

Arek



dimitris napisal(a):
> Hello to all!
>
> I have a copy of the "An Introduction to Programming with Mathematica,
> Second Edition"
> by Graylord et al.
>
> Recently, I visited a bookstore and I take a quick look of the third
> edition (2005).
> Even though the outer (description) page states that Object Oriented
> Programming is covered along other programming aspects I was not able
> to find anything relevant neither inside the book, nor in the index.
>
> So, I didn't buy it.
>
> Does anyone  own this edition?
> If yes, am I right or wrong?
> 
> Thanks for any response!
> 
> Regards
> Dimitris


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