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Automatic implementations of abstract data types (ADT) from algebraic specifications are currently all done in either functional, logical or purely imperative languages. In this paper we show how object-oriented languages naturally facilitate this job, and why they provide better flexibility in the process of progressively replacing the automatically generated code by more efficient hand-written code, a process we call object-oriented mixed prototyping (OOMP).

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