Why the 'self' argument?
grante at visi.com
Sat Sep 6 20:07:28 CEST 2003
In article <Ucp6b.3992$ZB4.3874 at reader1.news.jippii.net>, Harri Pesonen wrote:
> I agree, it's not logical. I'm learning Python at the moment, and like
> it very much. This "self" thing seems to be the only odd feature,
It seemed quite natural to me, but perhaps that's because I'd
used other languages that worked the same way. Coming from
Modula-3 and Smalltalk, the way classes worked in Python seemed
OTOH, C++ seems like a real non-intuitive mess to me.
> it feels like the whole class feature was added later.
> The Quick Python book says that Python was designed to be
> object oriented from the ground up. Is it true?
Grant Edwards grante Yow! ... I think I'm
at having an overnight
visi.com sensation right now!!
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