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DEFINITION: A MOO is an object-oriented MUD. According toCanton Becker, author of "The Unofficial Moo Guide Tutorial," a MOO is:"...just a programming language in which you design objects.Everything is an object. Rooms are objects, exits are objects, possessionsare objects, even your MOO alter-ego/avatar is an object. We'll be lookingat how you (1) make objects, and (2) write verbs that allow you to doInteresting  … 
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OLAP DEFINITION (continued): … A MOO is an object-oriented MUD. According toCanton Becker, author of "The Unofficial Moo Guide Tutorial," a MOO is:"...just a programming language in which you design objects.Everything is an object. Rooms are objects, exits are objects, possessionsare objects, even your MOO alter-ego/avatar is an object. We'll be lookingat how you (1) make objects, and (2) write verbs that allow you to doInteresting Things with those objects. I'm not going to talk too much aboutthe philosophy of object-oriented programming (that's what the OO in MOOstands for) so let's go ahead and make your first object:"Canton Becker's first example (of creating an object) looks like this:'@create $thing called kleenex'You can then go on to relate the object to other objects and define the verbs that work with the object (which is given a number by the MOO server). Effectively, you can set up how other MOO participants will be able to use or view your object.
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