Extending classes __init__behavior for newbies
rantingrick at gmail.com
Sun Feb 13 23:39:45 CET 2011
On Feb 13, 4:00 pm, James Mills <prolo... at shortcircuit.net.au> wrote:
> class FasterShip(Ship):
> def __init__(self, l=0,b=0,t=0,name='', speed=0):
> super(FasterShip, self).__init__(l, b, t, name)
> self.speed = speed
Did everyone miss the fact that this inheritance is unnecessary?
Considering the Ship class has an attribute "speed" that will be
affected (either directly or indirectly) by simply modifying it?
faster_ship = Ship()
faster_ship.speed = someFasterSpeed
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