On Sunday, 15 December 2002 at  0:45:45 +0900, ts wrote:
> >>>>> "J" == Jim Freeze <jim / freeze.org> writes:
> 
> J> Yes, that is what I want. The Matrix class has a sticky issue since it
> J> uses a class method constructor. But, if I overlook that temporarily, I
> J> think the delegator class would need the ability to wrap functions that
> J> were chainable and return self.  I believe it is as simple as that.
> 
>  Yes, it is simple as that *but* the wrapped functions *must not* return
>  self, but must return an object which is a delegator and this only in some
>  special cases.

Sorry, but being new to delegators, can you show an example of "but must
return an object which is a delegator..."

Thanks

-- 
Jim Freeze
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