Welcome to IBM Smalltalk Tutorial

Smalltalk is a popular object-oriented programming language. This tutorial covers object-oriented programming (OOP) with IBM Smalltalk. The material covered here is intended for the programmers with no prior experience with Smalltalk. This tutorial does not provide an exhaustive guide to every feature of the language and its libraries. Instead, it is intended to introduce important ideas and techniques needed by the Smalltalk novice. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with general programming terms and concepts, though not necessarily with object-oriented programming. To find out how to use this tutorial click here!

How to Use This Tutorial?
- Find your way around this tutorial
What is Object-Oriented Programming?
- An overview of the OOP concept
IBM Smalltalk Tutorial.
- Table of Contents
Other Internet Smalltalk Resources.
- Other Smalltalk related sites

Please feel free to send us your comments or suggestions. We welcome feedback. Copyright 1995 by IBM, All rights reserved Created by Kheng-Khoon Khor , Nathaniel L. Chavis (nlchavis@eos.ncsu.edu), Steve M. Lovett (smlovett@eos.ncsu.edu), and David C. White (dcwhite@eos.ncsu.edu) at North Carolina State University.