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Can be of any X++ type; all elements must be of the same type specified when the list is created and may be traversed using an iterator. Creating a list of integers and adding a few elements looks like this: list li = new list(types::int); li.addStart(1); li.addEnd(10);. Consists of two values a key and a value for the key; these may be of any X++ data type that is specified when the map is created; multiple keys can point to the same value but each key can point to only one value, so adding a key that already exists will change the value referenced to the new one given for that key, and they may be traversed using an iterator. Creating a map and adding a few elements looks like this: map myMap = new map(type::integer, types::string); myMap.insert(40,_Milou_); myMap.insert(39, _Nestor_);. Elements can be of any X++ data type and all values must be of the same type; if you add a value that already exists it will be ignored and it can be traversed using an iterator. Creating a set and adding a few elements looks like this: set mySet = new set(types::string); mySet.add(_Tintin_); mySet.add(_Haddock_);. Consists of an indexed set of elements of any data type, including classes and tables (which X++ arrays can t include). The elements can be accessed directly by their index. Creating and adding a few elements looks like this:
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array myArray = new array(types::class) myArray.value(1, aObject); myArray.value(2, anotherObject);.
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Struct (a.k.a. structures) Consists of a set of any X++ data type; each element (also called a field) can have a name through which it can be accessed, or alternatively it can be accessed through the index of the element. Creating a struct and adding a few elements looks like this:
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struct myStruct = new struct(types::string, _fname_,
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myStruct.value(_fname_, _Tryphon_); mystrcut.value(2, _Tournesol_);.
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Methods
The same naming conventions apply to methods as to variables; however, to make it easy for different developers to understand each other s code, Axapta has various recommendations for how to go about naming them. These are described in the Development Best Practices Guide indicated in the Wrap-Up section of this chapter, and apply equally to method parameters. All methods exist within a class i.e., they are class methods and you create them using the AOT by selecting a class and then selecting to create a new method. Axapta will automatically generate a default method declaration named method1 and generate code looking like this: void method1() { } As with the class name, you need to change the name in the code editor to something meaningful. A method implementation consists of the following elements: Modifiers: Specified in the next bulleted list Return data type: Void if there is no return value Method identifier: The method name Method parameters: A comma-separated list consisting of the data type and an identifier Method body: Enclosed in curly braces {} The most important things to know about methods include the following: Methods are polymorphic, so the same method name can provide multiple interfaces. However, this is awkward when using the AOT because it displays the method names in a class only when you expand it. The trick is to place the cursor over the methods; Axapta will then display the interface in the tooltip. You can change methods in superclasses by simply by using the Class node pop-up menu, selecting the menu option Override Method, and selecting the superclass method you wish to override.
Generally when overriding a method, you should remember to call the superclass somewhere in your Tip method to make sure any logic the superclass provides is executed unless the reason for overriding is to prevent the superclass code from executing. Do any preprocessing before calling super(), and do any postprocessing afterward.
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