fredrik at pythonware.com
Sun Jan 6 11:01:11 CET 2008
r.grimm at science-computing.de wrote:
> Interfaces are a extremly smart Design Principle in static typed
> languages like Java and C++.
that's somewhat questionable in itself, and even more questionable as an
argument for interfaces in Python.
I'd recommend anyone who thinks that they cannot program without formal
interfaces to try using Python as Python for a while, before they try
using it as something else. you might be surprised over how easy it is
to build robust stuff without having to add lots of extra constraints to
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