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CellScript defines a number of objects. Objects are called static objects if there is only one global object, and instance objects if you can create more than one, assigned to variables (each an instance of the object).
These are the top-level objects defined by CellScript. In addition, the Cell will define additional objects to interact with its hardware -- see the Cell documentation for more information.
Objects have members that are accessed with the member reference operators . and . Static objects can have members that are constants, functions, properties, or objects. Instance objects can have members that are methods or properties. Methods are like functions, but they operate on the object instance.
Static objects are referenced using the name of object. Instance objects are referenced using the variable containing the instance.