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[REBOL] Re: IS REBOL object oriented?

From: rpgwriter:ya:hoo at: 5-Jun-2002 13:14

--- Abdel Belkasri <[belkasri--1stlegal--com]> wrote:
> Anton, > > 1- Can I create my own custom object?
Sure. foo: make object! [ . . . ] That'll create an object. It works much like an object in a "real" OO language -- it can have data members, methods, etc. The big thing it misses compared to, say, C++ is you can't overload operators; it also only features single inheritance, but that's not so uncommon.
> 2- Can I run my legacy application written in C, > VC++, VB in the REBOL shell?
AFAIK, yes, using /Pro or /Command, you can run arbitrary "native" programs from REBOL, either from a script or the console. With /Core or /View, no, you cannot.