Object Methods

Methods are a form of immediate command. When executed, they carry out a function related to the object and return a value. Object methods use the following syntax:

  • objName is the name of the object.
  • Method is a valid method for the type of object.
  • arguments determine how the method functions. Some arguments are optional and some methods do not require any arguments. However, the parentheses "( )" must be included in every object method statement.


Note: You can return a list of available object methods to the Script Window by typing the following:
objName.()= <ENTER>