Zonnon for .NET – A Language and Compiler Experiment
In this article we introduce and present a new programming language called Zonnon and its implementation for .NET. Zonnon is an evolution of Oberon. It distinguishes itself by a wide spectrum of applicability and by a highly comprehensive object model. Special highlights are an advanced notion of active object and a unified concept of abstraction called definition. We also briefly discuss both the mapping of Zonnon’s object model to .NET and the use of a new compiler integration technology called CCI.
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