[Newbies] Is there a way to find examples of how a certain method is used?

Edward Stow ed.stow at gmail.com
Sat Jul 8 01:47:26 UTC 2006


Perhaps you could describe what you want to achieve.  The most common
idiom for adding to a dictionary is #at:put:

dict := Dictionary new.
dict at: <<key>> put: <<value>>.

<<key>> can be any object and not be restricted to strings or symbols
as is common in many other languages

On 08/07/06, Murphy Stein <murphy at wonderlab.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to find some good examples of how the Dictionary class is
> used, particularly basic stuff like examples of how add: works.  The
> sender button in the SystemBrowser calls up about a million examples
> of add: , but I don't see a way to filter by a specific class.  Is
> there a built-in way to do this?
> Thanks,
> Murphy
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Edward Stow

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