Posts Tagged ‘ oop ’

The S3 OOP system

October 15, 2010
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R currently supports two internal OOP systems (S3 and S4), and several others as add-on packages, such as R.oo, and OOP. S3 is easy to use but not reliable enough for large software projects. The emphasis of the S3 system was on generic functions and polymorphism. It’s a function centric system which is different to class centric system like...

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The S3 OOP system

October 15, 2010
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R currently supports two internal OOP systems (S3 and S4), and several others as add-on packages, such as R.oo, and OOP. S3 is easy to use but not reliable enough for large software projects. The emphasis of the S3 system was on generic functions and polymorphism. It’s a function centric system which is different to class centric system like JAVA.

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R: A random walk though OOP land.

May 20, 2010
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If you are used to object oriented programing in a different language, the way R does things can seem a little strange and backwards. “proto” to the rescue. With this library you can simulate “normal” OOP. I found the examples for proto not so helpful, so to figure out how the package works I sent

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