I might be inclined to think something similar normally, but in this case the only difference is: (put!> This Key T) which works as opposed to (super This Key T) which doesn't. And that has absolutely nothing to do with A (an article).
/Henrik On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wro= te: > Hi Henrik, > >> (let Awords (new! '(+Awords)) >> =A0 (put> Awords 'words Words) >> =A0 (put> Awords 'counts (mapcar val Words)) >> =A0 (put> A 'words Awords)) > > 'A' probably is not an object of a class that knows about 'words'. > > >> However, I'm getting: >> !? (has> (meta This Var) Val (get This Var)) >> has> -- Bad message > > I also frequently get such an error, if some code does not match the E/R > definitions. I would type here > > =A0 : This > =A0 -> XXXX =A0 # Something which is the value of 'A' > > and > > =A0 : Var > =A0 -> words =A0# Probably 'words' > > In any case, when you know 'This' and 'Var', you usually have a clue > what went wrong. > > Cheers, > - Alex > -- > UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picol...@software-lab.de?subject=3dunsubscribe > -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picol...@software-lab.de?subject=unsubscribe