daconti.mail at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 00:06:06 CEST 2006
Hi Bruno, hi folks!
thank you very much for your advices.
I didn't know about the property function.
I learned also quite a lot now about "references".
Ok everything is a reference but you can't get a reference of a
I saw a lot of variations on how to solve this problem, but I find
actually that the "property approach" is the most natural of all.
Basically the idea there is that you build up this list of class
attributes not by storing a reference
to a class attribute (which seem to be impossible), but you just store
on each element of the list one method (pardon a reference to..) to get
the associated class attribute.
Sorry for the UnPythonity. I used to be a CamelRider.
But not very longtime ago I left the Camel in the Desert, because I met
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