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my(n)				TclOO Commands				 my(n)

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NAME
       my - invoke any method of current object

SYNOPSIS
       package require TclOO

       my methodName ?arg ...?
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DESCRIPTION
       The my command is used to allow methods of objects to invoke any	method
       of the object (or its class). In	particular, the	set  of	 valid	values
       for methodName is the set of all	methods	supported by an	object and its
       superclasses, including those that are not exported.  The  object  upon
       which  the method is invoked is always the one that is the current con-
       text of the method (i.e.	the object that	is returned  by	 self  object)
       from which the my command is invoked.

       Each  object  has  its  own my command, contained in its	instance name-
       space.

EXAMPLES
       This example shows basic	use of my to use the variables method  of  the
       oo::object class, which is not publicly visible by default:

	      oo::class	create c {
		  method count {} {
		      my variable counter
		      puts [incr counter]
		  }
	      }
	      c	create o
	      o	count		   -_ prints "1"
	      o	count		   -_ prints "2"
	      o	count		   -_ prints "3"

SEE ALSO
       next(n),	oo::object(n), self(n)

KEYWORDS
       method, method visibility, object, private method, public method

TclOO				      0.1				 my(n)

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