[Python-3000] Abilities / Interfaces
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Wed Nov 22 17:41:10 CET 2006
> What does it add to have to declare a class as being "Iterable", if it
> already implements __iter__? What does the notion of "Iterable" add to
> the execution *or* understanding of the code?
Let's suppose for the sake of argument that declaring a class as being
"Iterable" adds nothing. What does that say about whether the ability to
declare other abilities is useful? I think it doesn't say much.
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