Little smalltalk



A line-oriented near-subset of Smalltalk-80 written in C by Tim Budd . Version 3 runs on Unix, IBM PC, Atari and VMS.
(ftp://cs.orst.edu/pub/budd/).
[“A Little Smalltalk”, Timothy Budd, A-W 1987].

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