[Tutor] "Object designer" applications - are there any?

Flynn, Stephen (L & P - IT) Steve.Flynn at capita.co.uk
Fri Aug 5 15:37:11 CEST 2011

> > However, I've not done much OOP at all
> I'm not sure you need OOP for this. As you say a "routine" ie a
> might be all you need along with some data structures - probably
> dictionaries to define the translations needed.

I suspect you're correct Alan, but as I'm using this an a learning
exercise for the language it seemed too good an opportunity to miss - I
can relate a table to an "object" in my head quite easily - just need to
know how to do it in Python...


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