Oberon is a reflective programming language created in the late 1980s by Professor Niklaus Wirth (creator of the Pascal, Modula, and Modula-2 programming languages) and his associates at ETHZ in Switzerland. The name is from the moon of Uranus, Oberon.
Oberon is one of the larger of the 18 moons of Uranus. Oberon is covered by many craters (indicating an old surface) and ice. Oberon has a diameter of 1,523 km and a mass of 3.03x10 21 kg. It orbits Uranus at an average of 582,600 km. Oberon was discovered by Wm. Herschel in 1787.
A moon of Uranus was discovered by William Herschel on January 11, 1787. Oberon is also designated as "Uranus IV". Oberon is the king of the Fairies in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Oberon, also Auberon, King of Fairies,, is best known as a character in William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, written in the mid-1590s. Oberon gives his wife, Titania, a potion that causes her to fall in love with Bottom in order to get the changeling, who was given to Titania by her dying maid.
Oberon, or The Elf King's Oath is a romantic opera in three acts by Carl Maria von Weber to an English libretto by James Robinson Planche, after a poem by Christoph Martin Wieland. It was first performed at Covent Garden, London on 12 April 1826.
Oberon or ÐžÐ±ÐµÑ€Ð¾Ð½ is a nonlinear computer diagnostics device invented by Russian researchers from the Hospital of Senior Department of Public Health Services of Administration of Omsk Region, led by Vladimir Igorevich Nesterov.