How about "pure virtual methods"?
sjmachin at lexicon.net
Sun Dec 19 22:23:22 CET 2004
Alex Martelli wrote:
> John Machin <sjmachin at lexicon.net> wrote:
> > 6. Alex's magnum opus appears to operate on problem a, and maybe on
> > (it's over my head). It involves a fair chunk of mucking about --
> A dozen lines of code to write *ONCE* and put in your utilities
> is a "magnum opus" and "a fair chunk of mucking about"?! Oh my -- I
> wonder what would count for you as parvus and incredibly tiny -- SIX
> lines? THREE? ONE AND A HALF, for Pete's sake?!?!?!
"Magnum opus" was exaggerated politeness.
> If your problem with my code is simply that it uses parts of Python
> you're not familiar about, then I count this as a positive aspect of
> code, not a negative one: by providing motivation to study
> and inspect (by givin some small usefulness in very small space) it
> help you indirectly far more than directly.
Thank you for the motivation. I now understand what it is attempting to
do. Unfortunately it doesn't succeed. Instead of:
if v is notimplemented: abstract_methods.append(n)
if v.im_func is notimplemented: abstract_methods.append(n)
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