An object is an instance (or not)?

Mario Figueiredo marfig at gmail.com
Wed Jan 28 01:52:57 CET 2015


In article <mailman.18190.1422400358.18130.python-list at python.org>, 
breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk says...
> 
> Mario and Andre, when you have to write code to meet the deadline to get 
> the stage payment, does either of your bosses really care whether or not 
> you are dealing with an object, an instance, or a piece of dead meat 
> dropped by the neighbour's cat?

That is valuable input. You don't care how a type or an instance of a 
type differ. Should be intersting to ask you to make a Cat object. I 
wonder if you are not going to ask if they mean a class or an instance 
of that class.

Anyways, more to the point, this is simply a debate on language and how 
to express Python concepts. If that bothers you, I'll take note.



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