Hello,1) Variables in Smalltalk are not objects? I mean:variableA := someObject.Does not translate to some object receiving a message? If that is true, this means I cannot create variables and that I cannot look at the local variables of a method at run time?
2) Is there a way to both declare and define variables (instance or local) in Smalltalk? As far as I know, I must first declare and them define them:| variableA |variableA := true.But I would like to:
| variableA := true | (or something)If there is something I miss from others languages it is the variable declarations. For example, I fell def variableA := truemuch more expressive than in Smalltalk, don't you?
Thanks in advance!
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