Storing value with limits in object
fake.mail at noone.be
Sun Jun 22 12:24:35 CEST 2008
> Not with normal vars, because = is a rebinding operator in Python,
> rather than assignment.
> You can do (close to) the above with object properties.
Yes, but it's done with built-in types like int and float. I suspect I could
subclass from them and implement limits, but I would have to make
seperate class for each type. Can I override conversion methods like int()
and float() within my class?
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