Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at
Sun Nov 2 12:32:42 CET 2014

Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> Like all good Pythonistas[1], we hate Java and think that getter/setter
> methods are pointless. But come on, they're not *wrong*,

What's wrong is the statement that getters and setters
are necessary to allow the implementation to change
without changing the interface. That's factually
incorrect in regard to Python.


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