I don't understand how a (show This) would show anything else but this
in this case:

[test3.l:23] !? (has> (meta This Var) Val (get This Var))
has> -- Bad message
? (show This)
{4-5v;} (+Awords)
-> {4-5v;}

If you check the earlier code listing you will see that +Awords is
clearly a descendant of +Entity. I mean, this works perfectly for
+Article (as per your instructions earlier), why it doesn't work for
+Awords too is beyond me.


On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Still it might be helpful to find out why 'has>' cannot be invoked:
>> >> !? (has> (meta This Var) Val (get This Var))
>> >> has> -- Bad message
> What is 'This'? It must be an object of a class (if any?) which is
> perhaps not an '+Entity', or where (meta This Var), the inheritance of
> the relation class, does not have a method for 'has>'. Perhaps this
> would be a hint then what's going wrong.
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