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Dot Functions and Functors

Dot Functions and Functors

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In this chapter, the author explores how dotreference member variable syntax might be used to call a member function. The first thing we need to investigate is operator conversion. We need to understand what happens to the arguments when MATLAB converts operator notation into a function call. We already have a good understanding of substruct, but we don't really know the variable types supported. Armed with this knowledge we will be able to tear down the wall that currently exists between member variables and member functions. This will allow us to investigate another common object-oriented specialty class, the functor.

Chapter Contents:

  • 22.1 When Dot-Reference Is Not a Reference
  • 22.2 When Array-Reference Is Not a Reference
  • 22.2.1 Functors
  • 22.2.2 Functor Handles
  • 22.2.3 Functor feval
  • 22.2.4 Additional Remarks Concerning Functors
  • 23.3 Test Drive
  • 22.4 Summary
  • 22.5 Independent Investigations

Inspec keywords: mathematics computing; object-oriented programming

Other keywords: function call; MATLAB; dotreference member variable syntax; member functions; functor

Subjects: Object-oriented programming; Mathematics computing

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