[Tutor] Problem with creating a class to access a 2d array

W W srilyk at gmail.com
Sat Aug 23 03:09:16 CEST 2008

On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 7:46 PM, lawful falafel <lawfulfalafel at gmail.com>wrote:

> I really like python, but the one thing I really hate is that most of the
> tutorials treat it like interactive scripting instead of object oriented
> development, which really confuses me. So basically right now I dont even
> know what equivelent version of main() I would write. I also dont understand
> how I could write an accessing method so that I could write Map(1,2), since
> the only place that deals with arguments is the __init__ function I think,
> and that doesnt seem to deal with arguments. Any help or links to sites
> about python and OO stuff would really be appreciated.

well, if it helps you feel familiar, you could write:

def main():
    # call some functions here

But in reality, anything that's not defined in a function will be executed
at runtime.

I don't have much experience with classes, so I'm sure someone else would be
of more help there.

but I hope I've helped a bit.

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