OO in Python? ^^

bonono at gmail.com bonono at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 10:10:45 CET 2005


Magnus Lycka wrote:
> I don't really know Haskell, so I can't really compare it
> to Python. A smarter compiler can certainly infer types from
> the code and assemble several implementations of an
> algorithm, but unless I'm confused, this makes it difficult
> to do the kind of dynamic linking / late binding that we do in
> Python. How do you compile a dynamic library without locking
> library users to specific types?
I don't know. I am learning Haskell(and Python too), long way to go
before I would get into the the usage you mentioned, if ever, be it
Haskell or Python.




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