(object-method-arity-includes? object sym cnt) → boolean? object : object? sym : symbol? cnt : exact-nonnegative-integer?
class: a class or #f; the result is #f if the current inspector does not control any class for which the object is an instance.
skipped?: #f if the first result corresponds to the most specific class of object, #t otherwise.
symbol? exact-nonnegative-integer? (listof symbol?) (any/c exact-nonnegative-integer? . -> . any/c) (any/c exact-nonnegative-integer? any/c . -> . any/c) (or/c class? #f) boolean? class : class?
name: the class’s name as a symbol;
field-cnt: the number of fields (public and private) defined by the class;
field-name-list: a list of symbols corresponding to the class’s public fields; this list can be larger than field-cnt because it includes inherited fields;
field-accessor: an accessor procedure for obtaining field values in instances of the class; the accessor takes an instance and a field index between 0 (inclusive) and field-cnt (exclusive);
field-mutator: a mutator procedure for modifying field values in instances of the class; the mutator takes an instance, a field index between 0 (inclusive) and field-cnt (exclusive), and a new field value;
super-class: a class for the most specific ancestor of the given class that is controlled by the current inspector, or #f if no ancestor is controlled by the current inspector;
skipped?: #f if the sixth result is the most specific ancestor class, #t otherwise.