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createContract(ContractSpecification)

Arguments:
Returns: {T}: a Contract Client
Description: This function, iterates over all the queries and messages to which it inserts an object as the first parameter of type Context, which stores vital data of the contract such as viewing key, permit and the address of the wallet.
Arguments:
Returns: {object}: extended contract.
Description: This function receives two objects, one the definition of our contract and the other the definition of a contract to be extended. It then calculates their messages and queries common keys using the calculateCommonKeys function.
Then bind base definition with extended definition, overriding the common message and queries keys with the keys of the contract to extend.

refContract(T)

Arguments: {T}: a contract id or address.
Returns: {object}: contract
Description: This function analyzes the contractRegistry list, if it contains the id called id or the address called atbased on the received argument, if it finds a contract, it returns the complete object, if it's no the case it returns the following message: "No contract has been found with ID or address".

instantiateContract(ContractInstantiationRequest)

Arguments:
Returns: {T}: a Contract Client
Description: This function receives a contract request object that contains: id, definition, codeId, label and initMsg.
Then, using the instantiate function reviews if there is an available client, if this is the case it creates an instance of the contract with the codeId, label and initMsg, from which it obtains the atvalue of a contract.
If there is no available customer, throw the message "No signing client available". Finally, all this is correct, the function calls the function createContract, with the contract specification created before.
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createContract(ContractSpecification)
extendedContract(ContractDefinition, ContractDefinition)
refContract(T)
instantiateContract(ContractInstantiationRequest)