[Tkinter-discuss] Anti-procedural prejudice? (was: ttk style dilema)

Sorin Schwimmer sxn02 at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 28 00:35:26 CEST 2009

>> Next, your suggestions are exactly what I was looking for. The following
>> prototype is showing what am I after (ugly, no classes, but take it as a
>> prototype):
>             .
>             .
>             .
> We're not saying that good Python code must be expressed
> with classes, are we?

No, we aren't. In fact, in many of my real-life applications I'm using procedural or
functional code, according to what I feel suits better the given situation. Moreover,
when I wrote "ugly", I wasn't meaning "classless", but rather using "r" instead of "root",
"st" instead of "style", "a=b" instead of "a = b" and so on. "no classes" is just a
reference to the traditional (and rationally justified) use of classes in a GUI context.

I hope this clarifies things out :-)


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