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GObject Types that can be instantiated automatically by the type system are called "instantiable". An important characteristic of these types is that the first bytes of any instance always contain a pointer to the "class structure" (a form of virtual table) associated to the type of the instance. For this reason, any instantiable type must be classed. Contrapositively, any non-classed type (such as "integer" or "string") must be non-instantiable. On the other hand, most classed types are instantiable, but some, such as interface types, are not.
Constructor (object-oriented programming) If the programmer does not supply a constructor for an instantiable class, most languages will provide a "default constructor".
Module pattern In object-oriented programming languages where namespaces are incompletely supported, the singleton pattern may be used instead of static members within a non-instantiable class.
ZZT-oop Although ZZT-oop calls itself "object-oriented", objects are not instantiable due to their physical nature, meaning that one needs to duplicate much code to create complex systems.
Perl 6 Roles in Perl 6 take on the function of "interfaces" in Java, "mixins" in Ruby, and "traits" in the Smalltalk variant Squeak. These are much like classes, but provide a safer composition mechanism. These are used to perform composition when used with classes rather than adding to their inheritance chain. Roles define nominal types; they provide semantic names for collections of behavior and state. The fundamental difference between a role and a class is that classes are instantiable; roles are not.
Unit type In Java Generics, type parameters must be reference types. The wrapper type codice_11 is often used when a unit type parameter is needed. Although the codice_11 type can never have any instances, it does have one value, codice_23 (like all other reference types), so it acts as a unit type. In practice, any other non-instantiable type, e.g. codice_24, can also be used for this purpose, since they also have exactly one value, codice_23.