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

Roy Smith roy at
Mon Jan 12 15:22:41 CET 2009

In article <7x1vv83afq.fsf at>,
 Paul Rubin <> wrote:

> bieffe62 at writes:
> > >    class Foo (DynamicAttributes, object): pass
> > >
> > You cannot do that, but you can establish a fixed set of attributes by
> > defining the __slot__ class variable.
> That is not what __slot__ is for.

Right.  And tuples are not immutable lists (ducking and covering).

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