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Subject: Re: Private methods
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On 10 Oct, 17:03, real-not-anti-spam-addr...@apple-juice.co.uk (D.M.
> It certainly makes it quick to build a class with the attributes I need,
> but it does make tracing logic sometimes a pain in the neck.
> I don't know what the alternative is though.
The examples are in C++ and it's about game development, but I found
this article to be very good at explaining the approach:
I've become a big fan of components & adaptation using zope.interface: