corg at copernic.com
Mon Mar 6 21:43:35 CET 2000
OK, I didn't make myself clear :)
1) *I* don't mind having to specify "self" in method definitions
2) *I* don't mind having to write "self.Something"
3) BUT I think that it would be *nice* not to have to specify "self" in
method definitions, and it would certainly help A LOT of newbies
4) if possible at all, not having to write "self.Something" would be cool,
but not as important as #3
And don't tell me #3 can't (technically speaking) be done :)
If I'm mistaken, then OK, only C++ programmers forget to specify "self" as
first parameter for a method, I won't insist, you know. If you really don't
care about C++ programmers (but remember, there are quite a few), fine.
There could be other solutions even if you don't want to change things: why
not emit a warning that you can turn off if you're an experienced Python
Is that clearer? ;)
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