AutoHotkey combines 3 concepts into 1 built in basic object type

AutoHotkey combines 3 concepts into 1 built-in basic object type:

  • linear arrays (e.g. obj[1] := “value”) (AKA list/vector)
  • associative arrays (e.g. obj[“key”] := “value”) (AKA dictionary/map)
  • default class (custom/built-in, keys/value properties/dynamic properties/methods, can be added/modified/removed, to give custom classes)

E.g. some ways to create an AHK basic object.
Note: an AHK basic object does not have base object.

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;in each case obj is a basic object, and identical:
obj := ["a", "b", "c"]
obj := Array("a", "b", "c")
obj := {1:"a", 2:"b", 3:"c"}
obj := Object(1,"a", 2,"b", 3,"c")
obj := StrSplit("a,b,c", ",")

;here, MyClass is also a basic object:
class MyClass
{
    MyMethod()
    {
    }
}

MsgBox, % IsObject(ObjGetBase(obj)) ;0
MsgBox, % IsObject(ObjGetBase(MyClass)) ;0

;note: an instance of MyClass is *not* a basic object:
obj2 := new MyClass
MsgBox, % IsObject(ObjGetBase(obj2)) ;1

Nguồn:: jeeswg’s object classes tutorial - AutoHotkey Community


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