add data to an existing object with a method not in @ directory

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Roy Goodman
Roy Goodman 2019 年 2 月 14 日
コメント済み: Adam 2019 年 2 月 14 日
I have created a class of objects, and have stored the core methods for working with these objects in a directory whose name starts with @.
Now I'd like to write another method to modify my object, but it's not core to the functioning of the class, so I don't want to put it in the @ directory because it's not general purpose enough.
If x is the name of the object, I would like to modify it in place by a call to
x.myFunction(arguments)
but the only way I know how to do this without putting myFunction into the @ directory would be to write the code as
x = myfunction(x, arguments)
but this would be bad for what I think are obvious reasons.
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Adam
Adam 2019 年 2 月 14 日
Either the function belongs on the class or it doesn't. If it does it needs to either be defined in the class file or in the @ directory (I never use the latter method, I always define all class functions in the class file itself, but I assume that is the case). If it doesn't then it can be anywhere but would just work with the class object and its public functions/properties like any other external function.

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