aisaac0 at verizon.net
Thu Mar 23 08:06:56 CET 2006
1. "Without a __dict__ variable,
instances cannot be assigned new variables not listed in the __slots__
So this seemed an interesting restriction to impose in some instances,
but I've noticed that this behavior is being called by some a side effect
the reliance on which is considered unPythonic. Why?
2. What is a simple example where use of slots has caused "subtle" problems,
as some claim it will?
3. What is a simple example of a Pythonic use of __slots__ that does NOT
involved the creation of **many** instances.
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