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Object Design Style Guide: What programming languages do you use?

 
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Dear Sir,

In what programming language are the examples in the book written ?

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Hi Ludoviko,
The examples in the book are in a Java-like language. They are similar to any other language in this family of languages (Java, C#, PHP, etc.), yet some of the details that are specific to any of these languages have been removed to make the ideas in this book as widely accessible as possible.
 
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You can see examples of the programming style here.
 
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