On Wed, 15 Apr 2020 at 15:41, Brett Cannon email@example.com wrote:
The "hey I'm a dict, but look over hear and now you can treat my like like any other object" duality doesn't sit well with me. I do understand the idea of wanting to convert something to convert JSON data into a more object-like access pattern, though.
I don't like the duality, but I *do* like (in some situations) the object-with-dynamic-attributes style of access. Basically, when access is predominantly via literal strings and heavily nested,
is *far* more punctuation-heavy and (IMO) difficult to read as a consequence, than