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A New Object-Oriented Programming Language: sh

Jeffrey Haemer
Canary Software, Inc.


Many have frittered away their time on C++, while overlooking the new, .2-required, object-oriented language: sh. As will be clear from the enclosed code, the name may allude to the fact that the author would be embarrassed to have anyone find out about it.

This paper introduces a tiny, object-oriented programming system written entirely in -conforming shell scripts.

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