[chuck-users] Are array types really classes ?
heuermh at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 19:54:07 EDT 2009
Cyrille.Damez at laposte.net wrote:
> I am currently learning Chuck, so I this may sound like a silly question. The
> language specification states that arrays are objects, but I can't find the
> proper syntax to declare a class that extends an array type.
> Since, as far as I understood, float is a reference to an array of floats, I
> was not really surprised that Chuck does not accept "class foo extends
> float", but what would the proper syntax be, if that is possible at all ?
Seems more likely that foo has-a float rather than foo is-a float.
I'm curious, what would you want to extend a float for?
If you are interested in collections-like stuff, LiCK has List,
ArrayList, FloatArrayList, etc.
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