From: Tobias Schwinger (tschwinger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-09 12:09:04
Andy Little wrote:
> In introduction its says you can:
> "create callable builtin types from specified properties"
Probably it's missing a comma between "callable" and "builtin" and maybe the spelling is "built-in" instead of "builtin".
> This sounds cool, but what does it mean? I have visions of a user being able
> to create runtime functions via a script and inject them into the app at
I kinda know the problem: I have visions of pizza when someone says "anchovy" ;-).
> Is there an example?
Yes, I think so - on the same page, further below.
> What's a callable builtin type?
"A callable, built-in type" type that doesn not need overloaded operators for its entities to be callable (I'm using "entity" instead of "object" here to avoid inconsistencies with standard terminology).
I thought this term would define itself from the context, but I might have been wrong.
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