[Tutor] Overloading + factoring
Fri, 3 Dec 1999 22:39:27 -0300
William Park <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> class first:
> def __init__(self):
> class second(first): # inherits from the first class
> def __init__(self): # this overrides the first one.
Well, that's another thing! I was referring to C++-like
overloading (i. e. several definitions of the same method,
to be tested in order until the parameters fit). But I've
already been told that's not possible.
> > And something else, though it's not Python-related:
> > is there a nice method for factoring numbers, calculating
> > lcd, gcd, and/or a good library of such functions for rational
> > numbers?
> Not to my knowledge. But, you could probably write one yourself.
Oh yes, I could make a function that gives me the prime numbers
I need. But I'd become old and die while the interpreter is still
calculating. :) Thanks anyway.