Muq MUF offers the ability to define and use structs, but in the Muq context they make less sense than they do in the C context: Usually it makes more sense to use MUF classes than MUF structs: Muq structs essentially just offet a subset of the class functionality.
Here is a very sketchy overview. As always, see the
MUF reference manual for more details. The
ultimate reference is the
source implementing all this. It is less than 8K
long and a good example of extending the MUF
compiler without touching the core code.
root: defstruct: Grunt 'name 'rank 'serialNumber ; root: [ :name "tom" :rank "private" :serialNumber 1 | ]makeGrunt root: #<a Grunt 4d499a1b> --> _tom root: _tom ls :name "tom" :rank "private" :serialNumber 1 root: "dick" --> _tom.name root: _tom ls :name "dick" :rank "private" :serialNumber 1 root: _tom.name root: "dick"
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