hotel management system
rosuav at gmail.com
Tue Oct 28 08:09:36 CET 2014
On Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 5:42 PM, ngangsia akumbo <ngangsia at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please can someone look at my code and may be advice and may be help me with some correction. I have been learning python for some time now. This is my first project i wish to write. A hotel management system.
Sure, we can do code reviews! It's usually helpful to provide your
code in-line, though, rather than linking to pastebin.
You're using Python 2, as evidenced by the print statements. So don't
do this, ever:
> def emp_age():
> """displaying employees age"""
> age = input("Enter age: ")
The input function is extremely dangerous. Everywhere else, you use
raw_input, which is correct.
> class Bar:
This is an old-style class. It's better to explicitly subclass object:
> class Beer(Bar):
Not sure why you're doing this. Firstly, you never use your Beer
class... but secondly, your Beer isn't a special type of Bar, it's a
quite different thing. When you subclass, it's usually helpful to
follow the Liskov Substitution Principle:
Think carefully about your class hierarchy, because it defines all
sorts of things about your code. Be sure you're happy with it before
you code up too much else.
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