__init__ concerns

Erik Max Francis max at alcyone.com
Tue Dec 11 20:07:06 CET 2001


Peter Wang wrote:

> ah, i was not aware that python 2.0 had this particular construct.
> i'll have to go back and read the ChangeLogs.  :)  you're right, the
> new notation is not a kludge at all, and i was actually a bit
> disappointed that this was not the behavior in 1.5.2.  (the old style
> of using apply() seemed a bit... uncouth.)

I agree.  It is a surprisingly elegant notation with no drawbacks.

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