kent37 at tds.net
Thu Jun 7 22:50:32 CEST 2007
Greg Lindstrom wrote:
> Hello, and I apologize in advance for the question.
No apologies needed, this list would be quite boring without any
> I have decided to publish a class I use to handle data segments to
> Google Code for the world to see (I plan to make millions off training
> classes, books and lectures :-). I need to make it a bit more 'generic'
> than the class I have been using, and while I'm working the rewrite I
> thought it would be cool to add unit tests and use properties. The
> problem is, I only recall that properties are 'cool'. I can't locate
> the documentation on why or how to use them. If you could point me to
> the proper documentation I would be most appreciative.
Hmmm...if that is all you can remember about properties, then maybe you
don't need them, many programs don't...even cool programs :-)
I don't know of any good introductory material on properties but here
are some starting points:
> Also, I plan to use unittest to write my unit tests. Is this module
> still considered acceptable, or has something else taken it's place?
unittest is fine. There are a few other unit test frameworks that are
also popular but unittest and doctest are the only ones in the standard
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