explicit self revisited

Peter Maas peter.maas at somewhere.com
Mon Nov 13 19:08:57 CET 2006


Michele Simionato wrote:
> Peter Maas wrote:
>> All these reasons are valid and retained by the following suggestion: let
>> self be represented by the dot <snip>
> 
> This suggestion has been discussed in the past (I remember having the
> same idea myself when I first learned Python). But at the end I believe
> the explicit 'self' is a better solution, because there are cases where
> it is useful to have it

Thanks, Michele. My intention wasn't to abandon explicit self but to replace
it by a shorter and unique entity. I searched a little for similar suggestions
in the past but didn't find them so I decided to post. I admit that my
suggestion was half-baked.

But at least I learned something: a heated debate isn't bound to become an
endless thread if the OP abstains from answering idiot replies ;)

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Regards/Gruesse,

Peter Maas, Aachen
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