A method on an object. Often called a "procedure" in some languages. Methods can be "called" in the language to produce some effect. It's class-name (used for any type of code generation) is "schema_method".
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An enumeration of all inheritance types.
An enumeration of all scope types.
A method that is concrete.
A method that is abstract.
A method that is overridden from an abstract method.
A method that can be overridden in a class.
A method that belongs as part of an object. This is often called an "instance" method.
A method that is global of all objects of this class. This is often called a "static" or a "class" method.
A method that is global to the library or application. This is often called a "static" method.
This object contains members which hold data for the object. Following is a list of those members. The declaration of the member closely follows the UML conventions.
access : Enumeration of e_access
The access level for this method.
inheritance : Enumeration of e_inheritance
The inheritance for this method.
scope : Enumeration of e_scope
The scope for this method.
readonly : booltype
This method does not modify any of the members of the object. This is called "const" in some languages.
returns : Typed object reference to @typename
The return type of the method
arguments : Typed object vector of @typename
All the arguments for the method.
includes : stringtype
Include files that are needed because of any of the arguments or return types. This is really only for obscure cases. We handle most of them.
implementations : Typed object vector of @implementation
The implementation(s) for this method.