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Portable Object Compiler
The Portable Object Compiler, a language and a runtime library for producing C programs that operate by the runtime conventions of Smalltalk 80 in a UNIX environment, as described in Brad Cox's book on Objective-C. The precompiler is backed by a library which supports Smalltalk 80's interpretatation of messaging; binding of a message to its target routine is done at run time.
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