Constructor of a class creates an object of this class and allows further using common fields and methods of the class. For detailed description of constructors' parameters, please refer to respective chapter.
Note: the created object is accessible in $result variable and can be refefined if another object should be returned. Calling object
Calls method of the class the object belongs to. For detailed description of constructors' parameters, please refer to respective chapter.
If object is not specified, this construction calls a method of the current class (if current class lacks the method called, a method of base class will be called) or an operator. In case of identical names, operator will be preferred.
Methods can be static and dynamic. Dynamic method-code is executed within the scope of the object
Static method code is executed within the scope of the class itself, that is, deals with not a certain object but the entire class (for example, classes MAIN, math, mail)
Value of an object's field
Retrieves the value stored in object's field.
Retreaves object's fields as a hash [3.4.0] $h[^hash::create[$object]]
Creates a hash with object fields as keys.
Object's system field: CLASS
$object.CLASS-contains reference to the object's class