embarrassing class question
ldo at geek-central.gen.new_zealand
Sat Oct 30 06:51:06 CEST 2010
In message <8idvgaF213U2 at mid.individual.net>, Peter Pearson wrote:
> Yes, module w imports x, and therefore w.x exists. Is that bad?
No-one seems to have come out and said this yet (unless it was in one of
those messages that no longer seem to be accessible on my ISP’s news
server): Python has no provision for visibility control. That’s it. No
public/private/protected or anything like that. Everything defined directly
within a module or class is visible outside it using dir(module_or_class).
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