Method DataObject():noMethod() Foundation
Handles calls to undefined methods.
:noMethod() -> NIL
Execution of an undefined method always returns NIL.
The method :noMethod() is executed whenever an undefined method is called. The implementation of :noMethod() in the DataObject class always returns the value NIL.
In order to dynamically add a method to a DataObject instance, the method :defineMethod() must be used. Once a method is defined using :defineMethod(), calls to the new method no longer cause :noMethod() to be executed. Consequently, overriding :noMethod() in a derived class is not required for adding methods to DataObject instances.
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