Dynamic language

(Dylan) A simple object-oriented Lisp dialect, most closely resembling CLOS and Scheme, developed by Advanced Technology Group East at Apple Computer.
Thomas is a Dylan compiler implemented in Scheme.
See also Marlais.
[“Dylan(TM) an Object-Oriented Dynamic Language”, Apple Computer, Eastern Research and Technology, April 1992].


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