>>>>> "N" == Ned Konz <ned / bike-nomad.com> writes:

N> per-instance version of a method. This actually (under the covers) creates a 
N> new class that is a copy of the old class in which the method is changed (as 
N> I understand).

 No, this create a new class where are stored the new methods, why do you
want to make a copy ?


Guy Decoux