Category Archives: EcoActionLanguage

Calling base class

EAL (Eco Action Language) is fantastic as it allows you to create a complete system without bringing out visual studio or c# at all (nothing is wrong with c# – but it is amazing to be able to execute the … Continue reading

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Custom types and custom operations in OCL

We got this Question: I have an attribute of type TestStruct defined on a class. TestStruct is defined as follows: Code Snippet public struct TestStruct : IComparable {   public int Int1 { get; private set; }   public int Int2 { … Continue reading

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