Method Calls

Zaidlang is deeply object oriented, so most code consists of invoking methods on objects, usually something like this:
dog.speak("Throw the ball!")
You have a receiver expression (here dog) followed by a ., then a name (speak) and an argument list in parentheses (("Throw the ball!")). Multiple arguments are separated by commas:
dog.command("fetch", "ball")
The argument list can also be empty:
Zaidlang executes a method call like so:
  1. 1.
    Evaluate the receiver and arguments from left to right.
  2. 2.
    Look up the method on the receiver's object.
  3. 3.
    Invoke it, passing in the argument values.