Privatizing Custom Properties
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat Sep 7 15:38:01 CDT 2002
misc das wrote:
> "The thing that's a little strange, syntactically, is the setProp
> handler. The docs define this as a "construct" rather than a handler..."
> I find it interesting that RR would define this as a "construct", when MC
> calls it a Handler. From the MC Help:
> "You can write a setprop handler to catch this message... Note that when you
> set an object's property from within a setprop handler, setprop messages are
> not sent."
> So, perhaps RR and MC take a different stance on where the setprop/getprop
> "constructs" belong in the grand scheme of things.
Handlers begin with "on" (e.g., "on mouseUp"). GetProp is used very
differently: "getProp myProperty".
I don't know that there is a specific word for that.
Generically it is a construct, but what isn't? Attempting to describe it as
a handler stretches the rules a bit, but perhaps not inappropriately.
What would you call it?
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