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Features

  • New in 1.1
    • Methods with several bracket pairs
    • Scripted fields and methods
    • Fall-back method
    • Enhanced threading over lists of entities and members
    • Static classes
    • Virtual static
    • Forced attribute inheritance
    • Forced implementation or constructors
    • Many new warnings
    • Multiple object generation with New{...}
    • Attributes for interface
    • Entities as field names
    • Class members as arguments of a method of another entity
  • All features of object orientation
    • Abstract data type
    • Inheritance
    • Encapsulation
    • Polymorphism
  • Class-based
  • Constructors for classes and objects
  • Optional destructors
  • Declarative control over class members
    • Class or object bound (Static)
    • Encapsulation (This, Private, Protected, Public)
    • Inheritance (Virtual, Real, Override, This, Super)
    • Interface (Interface, Abstract, Implement, Property)
    • Sealing (Final, Constant, Mutable)
  • Simple and easy to learn syntax (using dot operator)
  • Automatic operator precedences to avoid parentheses
  • Cloning of objects (optionally deep)
  • Serialization of classes and objects (including circular references and anonymous classes)
  • No serialization of transient classes or class members
  • Automatic object names, unique across Mathematica sessions
  • Objects of anonymous classes
  • Functions to get object dependencies (circular references allowed)
  • Functions to get information on classes (parent, child, member, virtual member table)
  • Lots of consistency and syntax checks
  • Prints few messages and aborts in case of an unrecoverable error
  • Thousands of calls per second
  • Automatically generates simulation variables (optional)
  • Concise formatting of output with tooltips and link buttons for more information
  • Everything documented, with examples for all messages included
  • Special support for user-defined object oriented libraries
  • Optional type checks (InstanceOf, TypeOf)
  • Optional hold attributes for individual class methods
  • User-defined operators for objects
  • Global switch for default inheritance type (virtual or real)
  • Global default root class
  • Analogously: global switch for default encapsulation (This, Public, Protected, or Private)
  • Abstract fields
  • Abstract class-bound fields and methods
  • No change of Mathematica functionality outside of class or object context
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