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A Workspace is a general place where snippets of Smalltalk code can be edited and executed. The ability to interactively communicate with the live objects in your image is one of the things that makes Smalltalk such a productive development environment.

You'll often use this feature to "converse" with your application objects while you are developing and you'll find that this sort of dialogue can drastically cut down on development time. So, if you want to ask your application a question and get an immediate response, just use a workspace window.