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> C++ (a language I have no respect for)

This was uncalled for and inappropriate. Please keep discord civil.

On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 7:12 AM Rhodri James <rhodri at kynesim.co.uk> wrote:

> On 05/03/2019 22:39, Milt wrote:
> > The following code gives me unusual results - base on experience with
> C++.
> >
> > class Car:
> >     # carColor = None
> >     # mileage = None
> >
> >     def __init__(self, color = None, miles = None):
> >        self.mileage = miles
> >        self.carColor = color
> >
> >     def print(self):
> >        print(f"Color:   {self.carColor}")
> >        print(f"Mileage: {self.mileage}")
> >
> > myCar = Car('blue', 15000)
> > myCar.print()
> >
> > print()
> >
> > myCar = Car(25000, 'orange')
> > myCar.print()
>
> The behaviour you should expect even from C++ (a language I have no
> respect for) is a compile-time error complaining that you are passing an
> integer to a string parameter and vice versa.  Python is a dynamically
> typed language; it doesn't enforce any restrictions on what types of
> object can be bound to any given name.  This is occasionally a surprise
> when you're being careless, but it really shouldn't break your
> expectations.
>
> --
> Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd
> --
> https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
>


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