is python Object oriented??
digitig at gmail.com
Tue Feb 3 01:28:01 CET 2009
2009/2/2 Russ P. <Russ.Paielli at gmail.com>:
> On Feb 2, 2:46 pm, Tim Rowe <digi... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> No, we're supposed to believe that the designers of C++, Java, Ada,
>> and Scala are all designers of languages that are not Python. If all
>> languages had the same philosophy what would be the point of different
>> languages? Is it worth mentioning (again) that Python is not Java?
>> Tim Rowe
> I am not sure why people keep "mentioning" that "Python is not Java."
Because Java is the language that folks most offen insist Python become like.
> As a slogan, it is rather misleading. Python is not C++, Ada, or Scala
> either. All of those languages have enforced access restriction. Why
> only mention Java?
You might notice that I also mentioned C++, Ada and Scala.
> their wishes. If that's the case, you have my sympathies, but let's
> not pretend that Java is the only popular OO language with enforced
> access restrictions.
You might notice (again) that I also mentioned C++, Ada and Scala.
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