[Tutor] How to program to python the right way?
Adam.Pridgen at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 20:25:04 CEST 2007
Disregard this email, gmail mis-fired.
On 4/21/07, Adam Pridgen <atpridgen at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> I guess the problem I am trying to quell really revolves around style
> and the proper way to do application programming with Python. So one
> of the things I found out the hard way about is classes.
> I started of programming my Python Classes using the old style,
> because I did not understand how the process works when a class is
> class Foo:
> string = ""
> int = 0
> On 4/21/07, Kent Johnson <kent37 at tds.net> wrote:
> > Adam Pridgen wrote:
> > > Hello everyone,
> > >
> > > I have pretty much finished hacking on my Thesis and I have come to
> > > the conclusion,
> > > I really do not know how to use Python to it "full" extent. Some of
> > > the things I have really messed up in my implementation are
> > > serialization (specifically sub-classes), classes, and instantiating
> > > them the "correct" way, and there are some things I have not tried,
> > > but I would like to like contained execution and thread management.
> > > Are there any books (with examples) out there that show some of these
> > > techniques and explain the gotchas that come with the package. Thanks
> > > in advance.
> > I think the Python Cookbook is an excellent book for learning idiomatic
> > Python.
> > Your question is pretty vague, can you ask a more specific question
> > about an area where you are having trouble?
> > Kent
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