What do you call a class not intended to be instantiated
Aaron "Castironpi" Brady
castironpi at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 22:49:05 CEST 2008
On Sep 22, 3:28 pm, Bruno Desthuilliers
<bdesth.quelquech... at free.quelquepart.fr> wrote:
> Aaron "Castironpi" Brady a écrit :
> > On Sep 22, 2:38 pm, Bruno Desthuilliers
> > <bdesth.quelquech... at free.quelquepart.fr> wrote:
> >> Going back to robot-mode, Aaron ?
> > Not getting the same sense of "soul" as from my usual posts. I guess
> > so. Might even drop the name change, too...
> Don't !-)
> > while I'm at it. One
> > more word from you about it and I'm starting a thread, and calling it,
> > "Python and my sense of 'soul'". Ha ha.
> Please bear with me - and understand that the above half-backed
> half-joke was also an implicit aknowledgement of the recent changes in
> your mode of communication. I should have added a <wink>, I think...
I can attribute it to a change in environment. Going "back" to robot
mode would imply one wasn't always in it, and as such I interpreted a
tacit compliment. Thank you for the compliment, Bruno. I don't
suppose "starting a thread" is much of a threat, after all... at least
Regardless, as I've stated, I find the feedback valuable that there
seems (to people) to be more than one context that I'm writing from,
and I appreciate the chance to learn about it. It's an observation an
erst friend made once that one can never perceive oneself directly.
(Whether that's a virtue depends on what difference there is between
self-conscious, and self-aware.)
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