Asad Habib wrote:
(top-post corrected)
> - Asad
> On Fri, 6 Jan 2006, bruno desthuilliers wrote:
>> Rocky Burt wrote:
>>> In fact I'd go as far as to say that Python seems *more* object-oriented
>>> than Java.
>> s/seems/is/
>> Java is more class-oriented than object-oriented. It forces you to use
>> classes for everything, but not everything is an object. Python let you
>> use the paradigm that seems appropriate for the task at hand, but still
>> everything is an object (really everything : functions, classes and
>> modules too...)
> Well, the class is simply a construct that Java uses to define an
> object. Also, the concept of object is well defined in Java which makes
> it easier for the programmer to know what can and cannot be done. In
> Python, it is not as explicit.

Ho, really ? Chapter and verse, please ?

> Java is a programming language and hence
> cannot be compared directly to a scripting language such as Python


> or
> PHP. These 2 types are designed for different purposes.

Learn Python, learn about it's object model, learn about it's execution
model, and stop talking like a clueless newbie.

bruno desthuilliers
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