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Cfront (I had forgotten that name!) taught me "everything" about OO. I guess I should say "all the fundamentals" - OO has developed since then.

I had been OO programming since 1979, student exercises in Simula, but our Compiler Construction course did not address OO at all. (Maybe later editions of the dragon book did, but not the current edition when we were students.) So, when we got a chance to see in cleartext how a compiler realized OO mechanisms, it was like a revelation to us.

My memory and calendar suggest that we had access to the C++ compiler earlier than 1983, the official release date of Cfront - maybe it was in 1982. It wasn't uncommon for professors and students swimming across the pond to return with all sorts of new and fancy software discretely hidden in their briefcases. Maybe the 'Cfront' name wasn't assigned to it, and that is why I don't remember the name.
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