Fri, 07 Jun 2002 18:24:40 -0700
Greg Ward wrote:
> Yeah, me too. But there are an unbounded number of possible options
> that people might insist on, and making these options instance
> attributes seems vaguely friendly to subclasses to me.
I don't follow. If I want a subclass then I need to instantiate it
somehow. When I do, I'll call its constructor. I'll pass its constructor
the keyword arguments that the subclass expects.