is python Object oriented??
mdw at distorted.org.uk
Wed Feb 4 21:16:03 CET 2009
"Russ P." <Russ.Paielli at gmail.com> writes:
> Imagine you own a company, and you decide to lease an office building.
> Would you expect the office doors to have locks on them? Oh, you
> would? Why? You mean you don't "trust" your co-workers? What are locks
> but enforced access restriction?
Huh? The lock on the door isn't to keep the coworkers out. It's to let
them /in/ while keeping everyone else out. So I don't really see the
Or are you talking about the individual offices? If so, then I'd expect
the locks to be /used/ only under rather unusual circumstances. If
someone in the office has something to hide, I think that's rather
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