OO patterns with Python
no at way.lu
Tue Feb 11 23:16:56 CET 2003
"Mike Meyer" <mwm at mired.org> wrote in message
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> That's true. But OO is still easier than procedural
> programming. At least, it is for the programmers who are doing OO. If
> it weren't, they wouldn't be doing OO.
Maybe... but being a procedural programmer, OO is non-trivial for me,
whereas most procedural programs *are* easy to read for me if I know the
> Don't let the fact that they name OO idioms and refer to them
> collectively as "patterns" scare you away. This naming is a good thing
> - it means that people can refer to the idioms by name and be
> understood. It also lets you find books that are collections of
> idioms, which is also a good thing.
Clearly, OO has a lot of specific terms, an so do patterns. But that doesn't
scare me, I am lazy myself so I would have done the same thing ;-)
> I'll add my voice to those advising you to do some programming before
> you start looking into the patterns books. I think they'll make a lot
> more sense if you have a grasp of OO before looking at them.
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