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September 20, 2011

…and the rest, as they say, is history – part 2

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1316563144 ) Play

The name D is, keeping in tune with the recursive nature of things, a reference to a feature of D itself – message passing. Message passing was by no means something invented by C or in D. It was from an older language E, created in Oslo.

E is considered the first true language that implemented the concept “F“. F is one of the most commonly used paradigms today, having outlasted/outpopularized almost every other paradigm. Interestingly enough, the first thoughts of F came up in the development of A!

Having completed that loop – the question is simple. Identify D through F for 1 point.

Laaate post is not that late ;) Almost made it on time.

Cracked by: username , Rogi , Rahulk , rickde , Manish Achuth , badideabear , shrik , Bharath , Dibyo , Aditya S , raklodramA , Sumanth Patlolla , Puja Khemka , Ananth , , Raghuvansh , Thejas V R , Logik , jowens , Shwetha Maiya , Amarendra Kumar , mankuTimma , Amit and Mayukh Bose

Answer:
Quoting Logik
D – Small Talk
E – Simula
F – Object Oriented Programming

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24 Responses to “…and the rest, as they say, is history – part 2”

  1. username
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    D = Smalltalk
    E = Simula
    F = Object Oriented Programming


  2. Rogi
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    D=Smalltalk
    E=Simula
    F=OOP

    The captchas seem “easier” lately. A result of the recent posting issues?


  3. Rahulk
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    D – Smalltalk
    E – Simula
    F – object-oriented paradigm


  4. rickde
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    D: Smalltalk
    E: Simula
    F: object oriented programming


  5. Manish Achuth
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    D – SmallTalk
    E – Simula
    F – OOP, object oriented programming


  6. badideabear
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    D: Smalltalk
    E: Simula
    F: Object-oriented programing


  7. shrik
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    D: Smalltalk
    E: Simula
    F: Object oriented programming


  8. Bharath
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    4

    D- Smalltalk
    E-Simula
    F- Object oriented programming


  9. Dibyo
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    d: smalltalk
    e: simula
    f: object oriented programming


  10. Aditya S

    D – Smalltalk
    E – Simula
    F – Object-oriented Programming


  11. A- LISP
    B- John McCarthy
    C- Alan Kay
    D- Smalltalk
    E- Simula
    F- object-oriented programming


  12. Sumanth Patlolla
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    D – Smalltalk
    E – Simula
    F – Object-oriented programming (OOP)


  13. Puja Khemka

    D – SmallTalk
    F – OOP (Object Oriented Programming)


  14. Ananth
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    D: small talk
    E: Actor model
    F: Object orientation. OOP


  15. Anonymous

    D: Smalltalk
    E: Simula
    F: Object Oriented Programming


  16. Raghuvansh
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    4

    D: Smalltalk
    E: Simula
    F: Object Oriented Programming


  17. D – Smalltalk
    E – Simula
    F – Object Oriented Programming


  18. Logik
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    D – Small Talk
    E – Simula
    F – Object Oriented Programming


  19. jowens
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    Smalltalk, Simula, object-oriented


  20. Shwetha Maiya
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    1

    D – Smalltalk
    E – Simula
    F – Simula is considered the first object-oriented programming language


  21. Amarendra Kumar
    1

    D – SmallTalk
    E – Simula
    F – OOP


  22. mankuTimma
    1

    D – SmallTalk
    E – Simula
    F – Object oriented programming.


  23. D (SmallTalk) should then might be referring to E – Simula which implement Object Oriented Programming?


  24. Mayukh Bose
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    2

    C = Alan Kay
    D = Smalltalk
    E = Simula
    F = Object Orientation


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