Rather than decorators, how about sections?

paolo veronelli paolo_veronelli at yahoo.it
Wed Aug 11 21:38:48 CEST 2004


On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:10:53 -0400, Paul Morrow <pm_mon at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Stefan Eischet wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> do we really need this stuff just to say "staticmethod" and 
>> "classmethod"? How about:
>>
>> class Foo(object):
>>     def baz():
>>         print "Static Method"
>>     def bar(self):
>>         print "Method"
>>     def spam(Foo):
>>         print "Class Method"
>>
>
> I like it!  It's simple, clear, ... Why isn't this the hands-down best 
> solution? Why do we want to be more verbose than necessary?
>
> I wonder if there are people out there who've chosen something other 
> than *self* for the 1st arg (shame on them if they did! <grin>) who's 
> code this would break.  I've never understood why we didn't require that 
> it be called self in the first place --- why give them more than one way 
> to do *that*?
>
I do and I'm happy with that .Actually it took me a while to understand 
that self was just the medio man choice which I really use now only for 
the others.
I usually use capitalized names for classes and same name not capitalized 
as first argument ,after a while it became much easy for me to understand 
where I was reading in the code .... now should I say shame on you because 
you like self? Take it easy with words and have fun.
									Paolino



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