Explicit Frustration of the Self
brian at sweetapp.com
Sat Jan 4 10:11:02 CET 2003
> Another thought: how OO is Python?
Well, the definition of object-orientation in my software engineering
Python has all of above.
> But do these objects really have methods? I don't think so.
Then you are wrong.
> Not with the way self acts now. Right now, you are effectively,
> creating functions and then calling them with the first argument
> outside of the parenthesis, and to the left of the function, and a
That is not actually the case. Methods are bound to particular
instances, while functions are not.
But even if you were correct, so what? Your notion of object-orientation
seems very syntactic.
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