I just start to learn Python for almost half one month.
But there is uncertainty for the style of Python, for example:
we can use "function(class)" to accomplish some targets while we also need to use "class.function" to accomplish some other targets.
I accept we should use some reserved function, like "print", to be used in front of CLASS. But as Python comes from community, different contributor makes their module in different ways, this causes the current status.
I think this is not easy for the beginner. And I wish there should be a regularity.
I don't know if Ruby could be better in this prospect.
Do you have good explanation? Thanks!
Last edited by Yoriz
on Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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