Re: Overwriting default accessors

On Oct 12, 10:31 am, Marnen Laibow-Koser
[email protected] wrote:

end

This won’t quite work. But before I try to improve it…what are you
trying to do? Set status to P no matter the argument that the function
is called with?

Well there are more logic there actually to set the status. I was
hoping that this accessors would be able to set or change the value of
:status. But the behaviours doesn’t seems to be like that. So what is
this accessors used for? Is it only for the view level?

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Joshua P. wrote:

On Oct 12, 10:31 am, Marnen Laibow-Koser
[email protected] wrote:

end

This won’t quite work. But before I try to improve it…what are you
trying to do? Set status to P no matter the argument that the function
is called with?

Well there are more logic there actually to set the status. I was
hoping that this accessors would be able to set or change the value of
:status. But the behaviours doesn’t seems to be like that.

It can be, but you’ll have to do it slightly differently. I’ll help
you, but you’re going to have to explain exactly what you want to have
happen.

So what is
this accessors used for? Is it only for the view level?

No. It’s just that your syntax wasn’t quite correct.

Regards,


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Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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