From scripting to object-oriented Python programming
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14 agosto

From scripting to object-oriented Python programming

yes, i've borrowed the original title...

"From scripting to object-oriented Python programming" is another great article from the IBM DeveloperWorks series. It covers the transition from procedural programming in PHP or bash to procedural, object oriented and functional programming in Python.

It does it through a simple disk-monitoring example and I think is quite a good read. For you who are on vacation, like r0sk or MarcosBL, there is no excuse and it could be the perfect point to begin reading and learning about such a great programming language.

Ah!, in my oppinion, the best approach is the object-oriented one (talking about the example in that article of course).

Posted by wu at 12:27 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Re: From scripting to object-oriented Python programming

Marked as "must read" in vacation time.

Posted by: r0sk at agosto 14,2008 15:13
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