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This article provides an in-depth look at jTypes and how it compiles C#-like object definitions into prototype-based instance matrices. These matrices allow jTypes to emulate the behavior of classical inheritance by constructing several prototype-chains for each access level during instantiation. This allows developers to build application libraries in JavaScript using encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.

By observing the internal mechanics of jTypes and learning how it works, developers can gain a better understanding of how jTypes can be utilized, what benefits it can offer, and what obstacles it can present. When used appropriately, jTypes can provide a robust, organized, and maintainable code base for large JavaScript application libraries.

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