__init__ like in java
sholden at holdenweb.com
Fri Dec 22 12:26:08 EST 2000
Gilles Lenfant <glenfant at equod.com.nospam> wrote in message
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> Is there an *elegant pythonic* way to have several constructors for one
> class ?
If you mean constructor function overloading according to the call
signature, as is possible in Java and C++, then I'm afraid the answer has to
be "no". This would have to be programmed inside the __init__() function,
as the Python language does not allow such overloading: only one definition
of a method with a given name can exist in a class definition.
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