[Tutor] a class query
steve at pearwood.info
Mon Jun 7 18:11:10 CEST 2010
On Tue, 8 Jun 2010 01:12:28 am python at bdurham.com wrote:
> Not the OP, but I was surprised to see class Name() work (in Python
> 2.6.5 at least).
> Is this equivalent to class Name( object ) or does this create an old
> style class?
In Python 2.x, all classes are old-style unless you directly or
indirectly inherit from object. If you inherit from nothing, it is an
old-style class regardless of whether you say
class Name: pass
class Name(): pass
In Python 3.x, there are no old-style classes.
> Going forward into the 2.7/3.x world, is there a preferred style?
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