python without OO
jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl
Tue Jan 25 23:03:04 CET 2005
> Is it possible to write purely procedural code in Python, or the OO
> constructs in both language and supporting libraries have got so
> embedded that it's impossible to avoid them?
Sure, but you will got problem with libraries. Some of them are in fact
frameworks and need some subclassing or other OO fluff.
> Also, is anyone aware of
> any scripting language that could be considered as "Python minus OO
> stuff"? (As you can see I'm completely new to Python and initially
> believed it's a nice&simple scripting language before seeing all this
> OO stuff that was added in over time)
Icon, the language for OO haters.
May I ask why you do you hate OO so much?
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