Object z



University of Queensland.
[“Object Orientation in Z”, S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992].

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  • Objet

    [awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/ noun, plural objets d’art [awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/ (Show IPA). French. 1. an object of artistic worth or curiosity, especially a small object. /ɔbʒɛ dar/ noun (pl) objets d’art (ɔbʒɛ dar) 1. a small object considered to be of artistic worth n. “an object on display, an ornament,” 1857, […]

  • Objet de vertu

    /ɒbˈʒeɪ də vɜːˈtuː/ noun (pl) objets de vertu (ɒbˈʒeɪ də vɜːˈtuː) 1. an object of virtu See virtu



  • Objet-trouve

    [awb-zhe troo-vey] /ɔb ʒɛ truˈveɪ/ noun, plural objets trouvés [awb-zhe troo-vey] /ɔb ʒɛ truˈveɪ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. . /ɔbʒɛ truve/ noun (pl) objets trouvés (ɔbʒɛ truve) 1. any ordinary object considered from an aesthetic viewpoint

  • Objlog

    A frame-based language combining objects and Prolog II from CNRS, Marseille, France. [“The Inheritance Processes in Prolog”, C. Chouraki et al, GRTC/187bis/Mars 1987 (CNRS)]. E-mail: . (1994-10-28)



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