jTypes. Classes Classes help organize applications and libraries by promoting the reuse of code and facilitating the ease of maintainence.
They are created by providing the jTypes compiler with a definitions object in the following format: How do I compile a jTypes class? jTypes([String modifiers,] [Class base,] [Function constructor,] Object definitions) This definitions object is a template for creating instance objects. If an instance of the Color class is instantiated, the fields will have their default primitive values. The modifiers argument of the jTypes compiler accepts a space-separated string of keywords. Constraints Type constraints restrict values to simplify the implementation and maintainence of classes.
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