do design patterns still apply with Python?

John Salerno johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Thu Mar 2 22:19:31 CET 2006


shandy.b at gmail.com wrote:

> In python, you might find it more natural to do design patterns in a
> completely different way than they're implemented in Java.  For
> example, I've heard of using the Singleton pattern in python by just
> implementing it as a module, no classes necessary.


Yeah, that's what I was wondering. I wonder if, after reading a DP book, 
I might have to 'unlearn' some things when applying them to Python. But 
I suppose I should just do it first and then try to implement them 
myself. OOP is just so mind-bending for me that I've kind of put off 
patterns right now until I get more comfortable with it.  :)



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