Construct object arrays, reference objects and their properties from arrays, and design class hierarchies that support the formation of heterogeneous (mixed class) arrays.
||Create empty array|
||Superclass for heterogeneous array formation|
Build object arrays in the constructor and return the array as the output argument˙.
MATLAB® calls the class constructor with no arguments to initialize array elements with a default object.
MATLAB uses a default object to initialize the empty elements of an array of handle objects.
Empty arrays have no elements, but are of a certain class.
Access dynamic properties in object arrays by referring to individual objects.
When you create or modify object arrays using concatenation or subscripted assignment, MATLAB attempts to convert unlike types to conform to the class of the array.
You can convert an object of one class to an object of another class.
You can determiner the class of an array.
Heterogeneous arrays can contain objects of different class, but all objects in the array must derive from a common superclass.
The class of a heterogeneous object array can change as you add array elements of different classes. You must ensure that constructors return objects that are the same class as the class defining the constructor.