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Re: Object Oriented programming question

From: Marius Roets
Subject: Re: Object Oriented programming question
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 14:56:59 +0200

Thanks, good reply.

On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 2:04 PM, Lukas Reichlin <address@hidden> wrote:
> 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.
> Regards
> Marius
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Hi Marius

I started with the attached PDF manual, which gives a pretty good introduction.


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