[Tutor] Saving class instances

Thomas Scrace t.scrace at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 12:36:02 CEST 2009

On 13 Jul 2009, at 22:04, "Alan Gauld" <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>  

> That's one way and you can find an example and some advice
> on how to handle subclassing in the OOP topic of my tutor.

Wow; thanks!  That tutorial  was really useful, I will have to check  
out the rest
of the site now.

>> I am sure this has an obvious and easy answer but I just cannot find
>> it anywhere!
> Actually no. Saving and retrieving object instances (known as
> persisting objects in OOP speak) was one of the biggest challenges
> facing the OOP paradigm when it got started in the real world. Many
> different solutions have evolved from flat text files to dedicated  
> Object
> databases, and everyting in between, but it remains a task frought
> with difficulty, especially on large scale projects.

Good to know I wasn't being totally dense.  Now that I have got the  
pickle thing
under my belt I am going to have a go at sqllite.

Thanks again everybody.

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