[Help] [Newbie] Require help migrating from Perl to Python 2.7 (namespaces)

Cameron Simpson cs at zip.com.au
Mon Dec 24 11:32:04 CET 2012


On 24Dec2012 00:23, prilisauer at googlemail.com <prilisauer at googlemail.com> wrote:
| To all others, PLEASE be pleasant with my nescience, I'll tried to
| describe not a specific error at my Program.

If you don't describe specific errors, you won't get specific advice.

If you're after stylistic and technique advice, please offer real,
specific, _running_ code and say "I'm doing this X way, should I?"
or something like that.

People here like specific questions. Even theoretical questions can be
illustrated with specific examples. It makes things explicit, and people
can point at concrete things as good or bad.

| I'll tried to get rid of
| that missing link this sample is only theoretic, but the code really
| exists and is over 1000 lines long.
| 
| I understood how to transmit data to a class, but I do not understood
| how that class could access an SQL object, that is allready opened at
| a other class without getting into troubles with sqlite.

The "SQL object" is just more data. Pass it to the class instance like
any other argument.

| For my understood, the newsgroup isn't a place only to solve concrete
| problems. I think you're not only a "helpdesk" :-), If I'm at the wrong
| group to get some Ideas how to solve my "issues"

If you're after theoretic advice, please ask it in the context of real
working example code. It removes a lot of vagueness and ambiguity.
Especially if you are having trouble with English "wording": code
examples that run are much easier to discuss.

Cheers,
-- 
Cameron Simpson <cs at zip.com.au>

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