Regarding Python is scripting language or not

Jochen Schulz ml at well-adjusted.de
Thu Jun 18 15:07:59 CEST 2009


Terry Reedy:
> Jochen Schulz wrote:
>> 
>> If, by "object-oriented" you mean "everything has to be put into
>> classes", then Python is not object-oriented.
> 
> That depends on what you mean by 'put into classes' (and 'everything').

:) What I meant was that in Python you can write code without defining
your own classes at all. I had Java in mind where you cannot write a
program without using the keyword 'class'. But I think we agree here.

J.
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