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Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Software and Data Technologies Special Session on Applications in Banking and Finance
Purely class-based implementations of object-oriented software are often inappropriate for reuse. In contrast, the notion of objects playing roles in a collaboration has been proven to be a valuable reuse abstraction. However, existing solutions to enable role-based programming tend to require vast extensions of the underlying programming language, and thus, are difficult to use in every day work. We present a programming technique, based on dynamic proxies, that allows to augment an object'sdoi:10.5220/0001873700130020 fatcat:eeou5o6z5jewlny3rnw22cqrqe