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DSPACK allows the user to use concepts of Object Oriented programming with dynamically defined objects.
In Object Oriented programming an object belongs to a Class which defines the behaviour or the object. The operations on the object are performed by sending a message to the object - each message is handled by a method which is characteristic for the class.