Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An abbreviation of object and objective.
  • An abbreviation
  • of objection;
  • of objectively.

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  • noun grammar, programming Abbreviation of object.

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Examples

  • I have a question I am trying to incorporate this into my app and I am not sure what to use for the term obj in the line

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  • It just takes the current class, serializes it and base64 encodes it, because the params don't like binary data and sets it as a parameter called "obj".

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  • It sets the vla-object version of the LWPolyline to the 'obj' variable, but then uses 'o' [which doesn't seem to be set anywhere] instead of 'obj' when getting information about it.

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  • However, there's not a nice way in the IDE to change the intermediate "obj" directory.

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  • It retrieves the parameters and checks for one called "obj".

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  • This is best done by calling the setter method for each user-defined value and setting it to "" (for strings) and 0 (for numerical data and objects (type "obj") - "" is also accepted).

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  • Next, I use type "obj" (which is internally stored as a uint) to distinguish a class object from a normal address.

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  • Although the address can be stored (as an index of sorts), the class object MUST NOT be set in any field of type "obj"

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  • Next, I use type "obj" (which is internally stored as a uint) to distinguish a class object from a normal address.

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  • These allow storing these basic types in a field of type "obj"

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