Yes, they are supported, but you have to use an extra magic function call: classmethod = classmethod(classmethod)
This book is a litte like like Pragmatic Project Automation for the python community. This book isn’t really, what I was searching for, but actually it is much, much better. It provides me with a serious level of considering how to make a software project using python a success. I think, it’s a big marketing… Continue reading my new book: Tarek Ziadé: Expert Python Programming
From the book Expert Python Programming, “Documenting Your Project“, “Use a Simple Style“: You are not writing fiction, so keep the style as simple as possible. And with a few more words: (Another author) made an analysis […] to try to understand, why his books sold so well. He made a list of all best… Continue reading software documentation
How many lines of code does it take for your new piece of code, before you introduce an associative array? How many lines of code does it take for your new piece of code, before you introduce a class? Yes, I know, Bourne shell doesn’t come with the concept of associative arrays, of course it… Continue reading using associative arrays in your code
We know, that in a few “modern” programming languages the word “character” as an IT term gets abbreaviated as “char“. Do you have any idea, of how many coders pronounce it? They pronounce it like the “char-” as in “Charlie“. Why would actually anybody pronounce the abbrevation so much different to the unabbreviated word?
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