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Objects and Messages

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Smalltalk is what is known as an Object Oriented Programming Language. When you start your Dolphin image you bring into your computer's memory a sea of interconnecting and communicating objects. This chapter introduces the ideas behind what objects actually are and how you can use messages to communicate with them.

Please open a new workspace window using File/New so that you can try out the examples presented below.