How does Python's OOP feel?

Ikon vad.viktor at gmail.com
Sun May 24 12:54:19 CEST 2009


I'm rather new to Python. I have PHP for my main language and I do
some Java. They all have a very strict OO schema. As I red through
Python's tutorial it seams it has nothing of those rules. No statical,
abstract classes, functions, or variables.

I wish someone, who has experience in both Java/PHP/C# and Python
would tell me how mush better/worse is it to program in a language
that misses most of the OO parts!



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