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Class dlib.BaseObject

java.lang.Object
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public class BaseObject
extends Object
Provides a base object, just above "Object" which all the client's other classes can be based on. Why not just use "Object"? You can't supercede or augment type "Object" directly.


Constructor Index

 o BaseObject()

Method Index

 o Copy_Slots(BaseObject)
A dummy implementation of Copy_Slots as a base for our Coneable
 o getName()
implement the getName method for all objects based on BaseObject, so other methods can use getName without worrying if the target implements the method.
 o toString()
make all objects print with their classname, in a distinctive form, similar to #

Constructors

 o BaseObject
 public BaseObject()

Methods

 o getName
 public String getName()
implement the getName method for all objects based on BaseObject, so other methods can use getName without worrying if the target implements the method. It's good to give objects real names, though.

See Also:
NamedObject
 o Copy_Slots
 public BaseObject Copy_Slots(BaseObject to)
A dummy implementation of Copy_Slots as a base for our Coneable

 o toString
 public String toString()
make all objects print with their classname, in a distinctive form, similar to #

Overrides:
toString in class Object

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