[BangPypers] Object Oriented Python - Advice on books

Kenneth Gonsalves lawgon at au-kbc.org
Wed Dec 1 10:54:26 CET 2010

On Wed, 2010-12-01 at 15:11 +0530, Noufal Ibrahim wrote:
> > May be because I haven't used much of the OO concepts, I'm feeling a
> bit
> > difficulty in understanding this. Getting a feel like most of the
> python
> > books deal like reader has already some conceptual understanding on
> Object
> > Oriented Concepts.
> [...]
> One bit of advice when approaching OO is to stay *away* from C++. It's
> syntax heavy, baroque style of doing things totally confuses
> people. Experience with Python cleaned up a lot of the brain damage I
> inflicted on myself with C++.
> Apart from that, Going through the official tutorial was what got me
> started. 

also python in a nutshell. btw, I have been using classes for a long
time - got into it with wxPython - but does using classes mean one is
doing OOP?
Kenneth Gonsalves

More information about the BangPypers mailing list