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Object Oriented programming question

From: Marius Roets
Subject: Object Oriented programming question
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 13:34:40 +0200

Hi everybody,

This has probably been asked before, but I could not find a way to search the archives.

From the NEWS section on the Octave home page:
** Object Oriented Programming.

Octave now includes OOP features and the user can create their own
class objects and overloaded functions and operators. For
example, all methods of a class called "myclass" will be found in
a directory "@myclass" on the users path. The class specific
versions of functions and operators take precedence over the
generic versions of these functions.

New functions related to OOP include

class inferiorto isobject loadobj methods superiorto

See the Octave manual for more details.
This description is not too clear, and I can't find any information in the Octave manual. Any pointers to a simple example, or more detailed description.


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