is python Object oriented??
bruno.42.desthuilliers at websiteburo.invalid
Thu Jan 29 12:40:23 CET 2009
(answering to the OP)
> M Kumar wrote:
>> Object oriented languages doesn't allow execution of the code without
>> class objects,
Chapter and verse, please ?
Nothing in the (very few) "axioms" of OOP mentions "classes". You don't
need classes to have an OOPL (ever heard about prototype-based languages
?). OOP is - as the name imply - about *objects*.
>> what is actually happening when we execute some piece
>> of code,
Top-level code ? or the body of a def statement ?
>> is it bound to any class?
Why should it be ?
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