[SciPy-user] Polynomial interpolation
Wed Apr 30 09:51:50 CDT 2008
On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 03:03:13AM -0400, Anne Archibald wrote:
> 2008/4/30 Rob Clewley <email@example.com>:
> > Could someone please make the new interpolation classes into new-style
> > classes? And I don't know if it's considered a big deal, but for
> > future compatibility maybe the exception raising should be done in the
> > functional style: ValueError("message") rather than ValueError,
> > message ?
Also the 'Value, message' format is going away in python 3000:
> I can clean those up. But I'm not sure how to set things up as
> "properties" so that the right things happen when users try to
> manipulate the attributes. I'll also go in and add simple
> single-function-call interfaces at the same time. It may be a few days
> Could somebody point me at a link on making proper use of properties?
Not to disagree with the argument that if you find properties unnatural don't
use them, but to give a link that I like . . .
This link goes over descriptors in general, which I found useful to
understand the magic of properties:
If this doesn't cover what you want to do I can drum up some more links.
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