So my next mission was to learn a thing or two about smalltalk myself.
So I stuck with Dolphin. And the installation is next, next, next and finish.
So how does one learn Smalltalk, on starts with finding a good tutorial. And I found a very good one by Bitwise magazine.
Just follow that tutorial and you will be fine.
It uses the comma to concatenate strings.
It uses the dot as a line-ending character.
It uses square brackets for blocks of code.
1 timesRepeat: [Transcript clear.
Transcript show: 'Hello'; cr.
Transcript show: 'Hello2'; cr.].
It uses the space as a seperator character to define arrays.
mixedlist := #( 'one' 2 (3 4 5) $6 ).
It uses capitalization to determine scope, variables starting with an uppercase letter are Global scope, variables with a lowercase are local to your workspace.
And there are many more things you will discover.
Learning something like smalltalk is really cool. It opens your eyes a bit.
Go ahead, download dolphin and follow the bitwise tutorial, you will learn something new if you have never tried smalltalk before.