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I'm curious why "class method" is being avoided?   It certainly seems
accurate and matches the use of class methods by languages such as Smalltalk
and Objective-C.

On 12/8/05, Trans <transfire / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Sorry Hank, if you are unware of what were talking about in these last
> two posts. We're refering to a very recent thread that discussed what
> to call these type of methods. Presently they are known a "singleton
> methods", but becuase of the clash with what is known in OOP generally
> as the *singleton pattern*, there is on-going discussion on finding a
> better term. Recent alternative suggestions are "eigen" and "adhoc".
>
> T.
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>
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