CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Early testing of object-oriented programming, an applications design approach that allows for reuse of computer code, has yielded some important lessons for Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, Fla. The 496-store retailer began testing a new application using object-oriented technology as part of a comprehensive client-server project under way at two dairy production facilities. A third facility will go on-line with the system later this year. In discussing the chain's ...

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