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Instantiating sub-class from super

On 17/10/19 4:08 AM, Piet van Oostrum wrote:
> DL Neil <PythonList at> writes:
>> That said, if a "trans" person has ovaries or testes (for example) then
>> a non-traditional sexual identification is irrelevant - for medical
>> purposes. Diseases in those areas (and now I'm a long way from a
>> research questionnaire and from Python - but this is roughly how it was
>> explained to me) still apply, and sadly, may in-fact be considerably
>> complicated by any medical processes that may have contributed to a
>> transition.
> So what if a person has both ovaries and testes?
> It is better to keep all options open rather than making hasty subdivisions.


The objective is not to sub-divide, but to ensure that those to whom 
various questions are relevant have their answers recorded, but those 
for whom the section is irrelevant are not over-burdened.

> In this context that means attributes (that can be None) rather than subclasses.

Which seems to be the way we're headed...

Regards =dn