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Method Definitions

InterSystems IRIS supports two types of methods: instance methods and class methods. An instance method is invoked from a specific instance of a class and performs some action related to that instance; this type of method is useful only in object classes. A class method is a method that can be invoked whether or not an instance of its class is in memory; this type of method is called a static method in other languages.

See Method Syntax and Keywords in this reference.

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