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9 Sealing


This chapter describes techniques for sealing portions of a Dylan program by declaring that classes or functions will never be used in particular ways, or will never be extended in particular ways. These sealing directives enable a range of compiler optimizations, and also clarify the programmer's intent.

The sealing directives include:

Dylan Reference Manual - 17 OCT 1995
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