One Problem -- how to implement in three programming paradigms in Python
Ludger.Humbert at cs.uni-dortmund.de
Tue Jun 17 19:42:02 CEST 2003
Hi Bengt Richter,
your post makes my day.
Now the problem is solved in
a) an imperativ programming style ( Bengt Richter )
b) an objectoriented programming style ( Bengt Richter )
c) a (knowledge based) predicative programming style
( with holmes by Mark Lutz an some rules made by lh )
If there would be someone out there, who is able to realize a solution
in the functional programming style, I would be happy again.
TNX .. so much
I would like to point out:
"You know you're a Pythonista when ..
you ask another Pythonista a rather non trivial question, and get an
answer, before you wake up next time ..."
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