[Python-talk] link to Kent's tutor-list post about property and
python at venix.com
Mon Sep 26 11:43:05 EDT 2005
I do not mean to beat this to death, but it helps illustrate the way
functional programming is evolving in Python. I worked through the
mechanics of the code in an earlier post. Kent does the same, but also
talks about the advantages of using this particular technique.
My take? I think it is a great example for teaching Python. It uses
decorators, apply, locals(), **kwds, and property in a nice little
package. I wish I had thought of it. The real-life usefulness is
limited, *but* if you are creating boiler-plate get/set methods, mine
this example for ideas.
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