Inititalizes the Verb with the parameters.
|code ||Goes to |
|id ||Goes to |
|name ||Goes to |
|tip ||Goes to |
|image ||Goes to |
This function also sets
- NO DATA IS COPIED BY CALLING THIS FUNCTION.
In many respects this is very bad object oriented design, but it is done for a reason. All verbs today are of two types: 1) static or 2) created for extension. In the static case all of the strings are constants in the code, and thus don't really need to be copied. In the extensions case the strings are identical to the ones already created in the extension object, copying them would be a waste of memory.
Definition at line 286 of file verbs.h.