Joseph L. Casale
jcasale at activenetwerx.com
Wed Mar 27 21:41:48 CET 2013
> So decorators will never take instance variables as arguments (nor should they, since no instance
> can possibly exist when they execute).
Right, I never thought of it that way, my only use of them has been trivial, in non class scenarios so far.
> Bear in mind, a decorator should take a callable as an argument (and any number of 'static' parameters
> you want to assign it), and return another callable.
Got it, and thanks for the detail as well!
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