Since keywords are variables, there is a chance to change their meaning and this will break jOOPL in an unpredictable way. Be aware to don't reuse jOOPL reserved keywords!
jOOPL works with no problems in conjunction with jQuery and other libraries because the dollar ($) sign in jOOPL is a variable/identifier prefix. In jQuery and others, the dollar sign ($) is a variable itself.
||Represents the global scope. Starting from 2.0 version of jOOPL, namespaces and classes are child of
$global object. This is very important because this avoids adding strange behaviors to the parent and standard
||Represents an object with methods related to namespace management and registration.
||Represents an object with methods related to interface declaration and utilities.
||Represents an object with methods related to class declaration and utilities.
||Starting from 2.0 version of jOOPL, $def is the preferred operator/constructor to declare classes (see Classes).
||Starting from 2.0 of jOOPL, $interface-def is the preferred operator/constructor to declare interfaces (see Interfaces)
||In the scope of a class constructor, method or property (accessors), represents the access to the instance of the base class, if the current class derives a parent. (see
||In the scope of a class constructor, represents the access to the constructor method. Usually this is accessed through
this.$base.$ctor() in order to call the base class constructor, if the current class derives a parent class
||Represents the operator used to instantiate classes. It is a shortcut to
||Every class has a special variable or field $_ which represents the class fields' container. In jOOPL, class' fields are not declared directly in
this but in this.$_.
||this.$_.$derived is a system special field present in any class that provides access to the more derived members of the whole class. This is important for polymorphism, since abstract/virtual (must inherit) members
must be accessed through this.$_.$derived. (see Polymorphism)