VEEINK FIT+ Plus Solid Plicated Cami Dress

VEEINK FIT+ Plus Solid Plicated Cami Dress


Looking for a comfy, yet stylish dress? Check out the VEEINK FIT+ Plus Solid Plicated Cami Dress! Made with a soft and stretchy material, this dress is perfect for a day out or a night in. With a flattering fit and a trendy plicated design, this dress is a must-have in your wardrobe. It features a fitted design with a scooped neck and is short in length with a hemline of about 13 inches (33 cm).”
An example to show how a model is constructed from an OMElement.
This can be used as an example to show the OMElements interface.

To add the element to the graph you can do this::
:


Class {
#name : #OMElementModel,
#superclass : #Object,
#category : #’OMElement-Core-Examples’
}

{ #category : #’example-setup’ }
OMElementModel class >> exampleCode1 [
“Return the model that contains this element”
^ self modelContents
]

{ #category : #’example-setup’ }
OMElementModel class >> exampleCode2 [
| element |
(self modelModel asDictionary first key) asSymbol == #self
ifTrue: [
(element := self modelModel at: (self modelModel at: (self modelModel at: (self modelModel at: (self modelModel at: #element))))).
element value copy
] “Return the model that contains this element”
[^self modelContents].
“element => the element”
^ self modelContents: self elements
]

{ #category : #’example-setup’ }
OMElementModel class >> exampleCode3 [
(self modelModel at: #element) ifNil: [
^ self modelContents: self elements
]

]

{ #category : #’example-setup’ }
OMElementModel class >> exampleCode4 [
“Return the model that contains the first element of the array”
| element last |
last := self modelContents first.
^ (element := last ifEmpty: ‘none’) ifNil: [self modelContents].
^ self modelContents: self array first copy
]

{ #category : #’example-setup’ }
OMElementModel class >> exampleCode5 [
| element last |
last := self modelContents at: 1.
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