PyWart (Terminolgy): "Class"
dan at tombstonezero.net
Tue Jan 15 01:51:13 CET 2013
On Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:00:13 -0600, Tim Chase wrote:
> Clearly Python should use a keyword like "Kingdom" or "Phylum" instead.
> I guess "Kingdom" should be reserved for metaclasses (or would they be
> metaphylums? or metaphyla?)
Metaphyla, of course.
> kingdom Baz:
> phylum Foo:
> __metaphylum__ = Baz
But it's obvious that kingdoms are metaphyla, and it would be silly for
one phylum to inherit from another (let alone for a phylum to inherit
from a class), so couldn't we just claim that Foo inherits from Baz and
be done with it:
> That is SO much clearer ;-)
For some definitions of "SO" and "much," yes. ;-)
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