@shorttitlepage The OOC Reference Manual The OOC Reference Manual Eric Nikitin with Michael van Acken Edition 0.10 DRAFT last updated 29 February 2000 for version 1.5.1 or later of oo2c.
Copyright (C) 1997-2000 Eric Nikitin Part II Copyright (C) 1998-2000 Michael van Acken
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The goal of OOC is to produce free (GPL), stand-alone (not part of an Oberon system), optimizing Oberon-2 compilers and libraries. OOC stands for Optimizing Oberon-2 Compiler.
The purpose of this manual is to describe the OOC library and provide a reference for the use of these facilities with the OOC compiler. There are also chapters discussing unique features of the OOC compiler and, in particular, the oo2c implementation of OOC.
This manual assumes familiarity with the Oberon-2 programming language and basic programming concepts. It is considered a reference as opposed to a tutorial, but examples will be provided to assist in understanding where they are appropriate.
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