was python implemented as a object oriented langage at the beginning ?
has.temp3 at virgin.net
Wed Oct 4 00:13:14 CEST 2006
> [...] just because a language doesn't implement OO in the
> exact same way as another doesn't mean it isn't OO -- it just means
> it's a different language.
I've a suspicion that folk who aren't familiar with the Python object
system automatically assume the phrase 'Python types' means
C++/Java-style primitives - which it doesn't. Python's type/class
distinction may be klunky and inelegant, but it's still OO.
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