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Dispstr Developer Notes

Design Concerns


The Dispstr functions are implemented as global functions, with no namespace. Usually I stick library functions in a package to avoid cluttering the global namespace. But that won’t work here, because dispstr(), dispstrs(), and prettyprint() need to be overridden by classes’ methods, and functions in packages cannot be overridden by methods.

The dispstr.internal package is for internal-use only stuff, and is not part of the public Dispstr API.