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.
It's mainly intended as a reference for those creating entries for 140byt.es. Feel free to add your own or send any feedback to @140bytes. Disclaimer Outside of the 140bytes challenge or other code golf challenges, please be considerate and don’t pre-minify code you wish to share with others. Arguments Use one-letter positional arguments, in alphabetical order Since arguments will need to be as short as possible, and will likely be reused within their lifetime, it's best to treat them as positionals instead of trying to give them meaning through their name.
The libraries that we'll be looking at aren't libraries in the same sense as something like jQuery or the YUI; they're much smaller and much more specialized. But they're the best at what they do and provide unique functionality. Lines go all over the place.