how to present Python's OO feature in design?

Kay Schluehr kay.schluehr at
Mon Nov 7 08:17:09 CET 2005

pcmanlin wrote:
> because i have a problem that python's oo feature is so great, but
> maybe when the project become larger, python's no-declaration cannot
> mapping the design to practice?
> I am not sure about it.

As far cartoon-ware ( UML ) is concerned note that it is NOT Pythons
non-declarativeness but it's dynamicity that makes it hard to picture
it's design. Classes in Python are cheap, object structures are even
cheaper. That's why UML hardly provides an adequate representation of
Python programs and Pythonistas usually don't care a lot about it.


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