How does Python's OOP feel?

Dutch Masters gregory.matous at gmail.com
Mon May 25 00:01:14 CEST 2009


On May 24, 5:54 am, Ikon <vad.vik... at gmail.com> wrote:
Be prepared for a slight wave of depression as you remember all the
pointless interfaces, abstract classes, and getters/setters you
created. I keep reminding myself that Java pays the bills.

Having said that, the dynamic nature of Python lets you experiment
with some more advanced OO concepts that Java doesn't have, like
mixins (like multiple inheritance) and multimethods (dispatching on
parameter types). Then there are metaclasses..




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