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Hi Journeyer,

By coincidence, I have just finished editing a new article on this very subject on the WiKi:

This covers the three major patterns in the Lua literature: metatable, prototype and function-based, and wraps them in a common class scheme with a universal type matching predicate.

John Hind.

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> Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 11:19:58 +0900
> From: "Journeyer J. Joh" <>
> Subject: How can I learn about Object Oriented programming with lua?
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> Hi,
> I am almost newbie about lua. Actually I've read the book - Programming
> in Lua and experienced Orbit, Orbiter. But that is about it.
> I want to learn programming skill in the OO style.
> Firstly, I want to try to implement GoF Patterns with lua.
> To do this, I've read chapters about OO programming from the book
> above.
> But I think the book didn't mention about virtual function.
> But I found some materials from the url below.
> Among several materials above, there are two in my eyes,
> YetAnotherClassImplementation<http://lua-
> ementation>
> ObjectLua <>
> But before I go further by myself, I'd like to listen some advice from
> experienced lua programmers.
> What is the best way to learn about how to program OO style lua?
> What method would be the best for OO style lua programming?
> I use lua 5.1
> Sincerely
> Journeyer
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