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Calling methods from a class via another class which uses it


Calling methods from a class via another class which uses it

By : user7455068
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
I hope this helps you . Composition seems suitable here: add methods to EC to dispatch to the other class's methods.
For instance
code :
package EC;

use strict;
use warnings;

use ElectricCommander;

sub new { 
    ...
    $self->{EC} = ElectricCommander->new($server);
    ...
}

sub getJobDetails {
    my ($self, @args) = @_;
    $self->{EC}->getJobDetails(@args);
}
use EC;
my $ec_obj = EC->new(...);
$ec_obj->getJobDetails(...);


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Static array variable of another class' objects does not allow calling methods of the second class

Static array variable of another class' objects does not allow calling methods of the second class


By : user3267661
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I am can't figure out why this doesn't work: , Try
code :
self::$arData[$i]->show();
Python: class methods calling other class methods when initial method is called from within another class

Python: class methods calling other class methods when initial method is called from within another class


By : VRyan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . __init__ isn't called until you create an instance. If you create an instance:
code :
a = Foo()
ObjectiveC passing class Pointer to static library and then calling methods from class

ObjectiveC passing class Pointer to static library and then calling methods from class


By : invetalcom
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Hello and thanks for any help in advance. I tried searching but it seems that what I am trying to do is no common. If there is another post talking about my question please link. , Declare a protocol like this in your static library:
code :
@protocol AppDelegateRequiredMethods
@required
... methods here ...
@end
@interface MyAppDelegate:NSObject <AppDelegateRequiredMethods>
...
@end
python *args and **kwargs problems in calling sub-class methods from base-class

python *args and **kwargs problems in calling sub-class methods from base-class


By : user2022596
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I met a problem when I want to define a general run method in the base class, which call a method in the sub-class. The output shows that the kwargs in the get_run_string seems not correctly assigned by the kwargs in the method calling it. Is there anything wrong with my codes? . , in run you have to use
cmd=self.get_run_string(*args, **kwargs).
How much overhead is created by calling methods from another class versus calling a method from the came class?

How much overhead is created by calling methods from another class versus calling a method from the came class?


By : K. Yan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Java is an Object Oriented language. Which means that you as a programmer should write your code in such a way that methods are located where they belong (i.e. where it makes sense for them to be) In 99% of the cases the performance should not be at all a consideration. Java compiler and JVM have very powerful and smart performance optimizers. Rely on them to do their job and write your code in a way that it is self-explainable. That would save you tones of time when you or someone else will need to maintain/modify your code.
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