Not fully OO ?
bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr
Sat Sep 20 18:33:47 CEST 2008
candide a écrit :
> Excerpt quoted from http://www.astro.ufl.edu/~warner/prog/python.html :
> "About Python: Python is a high level scripting language with object
> oriented features.
> Python supports OOP and classes to an extent, but is not a full OOP
> Thanks for any comment.
The following definitions are AFAIK the only commonly accepted
definitions about OO:
1/ an object is defined by identity, state and behaviour
2/ objects interacts by sending messages each other
3/ an OO program is made of interacting objects
I let you find out whether Python meets these 3 definitions - and if
Java does (hint : in Python, everything you can bind to a name is an
object - this is not true in Java or C++).
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