OOF ⇝

Object-Oriented Fortran

<language> (OOF) An object-oriented extension of Fortran, in which data items can be grouped into objects, which can be instantiated and executed in parallel.

It was available for Sun, Iris, iPSC, and nCUBE, but is no longer supported.

E-mail: Donna Reese <dreese@cs.msstate.edu>.

Last updated: 2001-03-06

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object-oriented analysis « object-oriented database « object-oriented design « Object-Oriented Fortran » object-oriented language » Object-Oriented Pascal » object-oriented polymorphism

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