[Numpy-discussion] question about standalone small software and teaching
Wed Apr 4 21:12:52 CDT 2007
Ok, I got another hopefully easy question:
Instead of the style that's used in the Python tutorial in the
On 4/5/07, Robert Kern <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sebastian Haase wrote:
> > OK, but what is "wrong" with the first way !? I mean, it somehow
> > seems not like "it's usually done" in Python ? Normally there is
> > always a __init__(self) that sets up everything referring to self --
> > why is this tutorial doing it differently ?
> Because it makes the code more readable for the point it's trying to get across.
> The __init__ style code would be irrelevant detail detracting from the main point.
> Robert Kern
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