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[REBOL] Re: IS REBOL object oriented?

From: anton:lexicon at: 5-Jun-2002 5:03

Rebol appears not to use objects on first glance. And that's a good thing! :) But there are plenty of objects. Lots of rebol's settings, functions and default values are accessible in the 'system object. Try this in the console: help system It shows you the sub-objects. Now you know enough to do: help system/console That is a path that access a sub-object of system. And you can continue this way. That, I think is the principal feature of OO design. Information hiding. It's not really a "trial version". There is no time limit on the free rebol interpreters, just in the pay versions you get some extra features. But that could be just a difference of wording. Regards, Anton.