A Python 3000 Question
bruno.42.desthuilliers at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com
Tue Oct 30 10:08:45 CET 2007
brad a écrit :
> Will len(a_string) become a_string.len()? I was just reading
> One of the criticisms of Python compared to other OO languages is that
> it isn't OO enough
Really ? IIRC, Python doesn't have primitive types, functions are
objects, methods are objects, classes are objects, even modules are
objects... Isn't this 'OO enough' ?
> or as OO as others
Which ones ? Java, that does have primitive types ?
(snip question about len() not being a method - no personal opinion on
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