Does Python really follow its philosophy of "Readability counts"?

Paul Rubin http
Mon Jan 12 01:42:52 CET 2009

Carl Banks <pavlovevidence at> writes:
> If so, what is it that's so evil about conditionally-existent
> variables?  (I'll leave the question open-ended this time.)

I have found they make the code more confusing and bug prone.
It's better to define and document all the instance variables
in one place, in most cases.

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