Chapter 5: Object-Oriented ProgrammingTRUE/FALSE1.The history of object-oriented programming languages begins in the 1960s with the Simula project.
PTS:1REF:1422.Object-oriented programs consist of a set of objects that execute by acting and reacting to each other, much the same way that a real-world process proceeds.
PTS:1REF:1423.Extending an object is one way that a software component can be modified for reuse.
PTS:1REF:1434.The unique structure of each application is referred to as an application framework.
PTS:1REF:143-1445.Abstraction is the collection of similar operations from two different components into a new component.
PTS:1REF:1446.In Smalltalk, a message is a request for a service.
PTS:1REF:1457.Messages in Smalltalk that expect arguments are called parameterized messages.
PTS:1REF:1468.Smalltalk provides a small set of binary messages that allow the programmer to write arithmetic and comparison expressions.
PTS:1REF:1479.Smalltalk uses value semantics, such that variables refer to an object’s value.
PTS:1REF:14710.Referencing is the ability of a class to use the behavior and/or properties of classes above it in its hierarchy.