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Chapter 16. Objects > Methods and Properties

Methods and Properties

An object instance is made up of pieces of data called properties. A property can be a value representing something unique to that instance (position, color, alpha, and so on), or it can be a function. A function attached to an object is called a method of that object type.

A property of an object is referred to in scripts in the same way an objects is: by an address identifying its parent object and the name of the property.


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