ANNOUNCE: Thesaurus - a recursive dictionary subclass using attributes

88888 Dihedral dihedral88888 at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 10 14:04:48 CET 2013


在 2013年1月10日星期四UTC+8下午7时34分23秒,Duncan Booth写道:
> Dave Cinege <dave at cinege.com> wrote:
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> > You will notice that the code is disgusting simple. However I have
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> > found that this has completely changed the way I program in python.
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> > I've re-written some exiting programs using Thesaurus, and often
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> > relized 15-30% code reduction. Additionally I find the new code much
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> > easier to read. 
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> And here's the same code written without your class but maintaining as 
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> far as possible the same structure. I find my version far easier to read 
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> then your's with all your spurious 'g.' 'L.' prefixes.
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> #!python2.7
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> from textwrap import dedent
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> class Blob(object): pass
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> prog = Blob()
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> prog.VERSION = '1.0'		# But isn't this so much cleaner?
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> prog.NAME = 'Thesaurus'
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> class TestClass:
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> 	no = 'Class'
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> 	way = 'this'
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> def main ():
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> 	tc = TestClass()
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> 	l = ['Some', 'objects']
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> 	# Here's how you should create output without a fight.
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> 	print dedent('''\
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> 		When programing python without {prog.NAME}, it is very
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> 		easy to access your {l[1]}.
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> 		
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> 		{l[0]} people might say {prog.NAME} has no {tc.no}.''').format(prog=prog, l=l, tc=tc)
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> 	if hasattr(prog, 'VERSION'):
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> 		print 'But I challenge them to write code {tc.way} clean without it!'.format(**locals())
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> if __name__ == '__main__':
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> 	main()
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> -- 
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> Duncan Booth http://kupuguy.blogspot.com

An object can accquire new properties and methods
in the run time without the limitations from 
the class definition of the object which belongs to.

This is a true OOP language.



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