[plt-scheme] An Editors Tale

From: Ken Anderson (kanderson at bbn.com)
Date: Wed Jan 28 09:42:58 EST 2004

Do you really mean "most"?
If by "translucent" you mean that a class can take on new fields and behaviors, i think that can be important for piecemeal growth of an application.

Isn't there a point when a python application, or library can be treated as object oriented and then reasoned about?  Or is it like TCL where eveything is a string and unimaginable string hacking can take place anywhere?

At 09:09 AM 1/27/2004 -0500, Matthias Felleisen wrote:
>most Pythonistas seem to actually exploit the
>translucent nature of objects and classes. 

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