A method consists of five different aspects: Arguments, Variables, ColdC Code, Access and Flags. Arguments, Variables and ColdC Code are all defined within the Method Code. Access and Flags are set and changed outside the method definition. Arguments define how the method can be called. Variables define any local variables used in the method. Code consists of the rest of the method instructions. Access defines how the method may be called and Flags define any other functionality and behaviour of the method.
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