Beginning with Classes
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Wed Nov 10 15:50:20 CET 2004
On Mon, 08 Nov 2004 10:22:13 +0100, Stefan Axelsson
<crap1234 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>Noud Aldenhoven wrote:
>> I read the book too, but it doesn't dive too deep into classes.
>> But you're right! It's a good book to start.
>OK. What specifically do you have a problem with? Object oriented
>programming in general or how it's implemented in Python in particular?
>If it's the former I'm not sure it's a Python book you're after.
>There ought to be plenty available on the web. In it's day I found "
>Design Patterns Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software"
>by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides, helpful
>when it came to the question of how to actually design something the "OO
>But there's probably a ton of stuff out there.
>If you're into free books and need a deeper Python treatise there's a
>chapter in "Dive into Python", that'll go into a bit more depth than
>"Thinking..." but granted there isn't much OO specific in "Dive..."
>Stilla good book though.
YES! I agree completely!
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