Programmer's Python: Everything is an Object (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 18 July 2018

This book sets out to explain the deeper logic in the approach that Python 3 takes to classes and objects. The subject is roughly speaking everything to do with the way Python implements objects. That is, in order of sophistication, metaclass; class; object; attribute; and all of the other facilities such as functions, methods and the many “magic methods” that Python uses to make it all work. This is a fairly advanced book in the sense that you are expected to know basic Python. However, it tries to explain the ideas using the simplest examples possible. 

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Despite it's subtitle "Something Completely Different", a reference to Montyy Pythonesque humor, as long as you can write a Python program, and you have an idea what object-oriented programming is about, it should all be understandable and, as important, usable. 

Author: Mike James
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: July 2018
Pages: 252
ISBN: 978-1871962581
Print: 1871962587
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Category: Python

 

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  1. Getting Started
  2. Variables, Objects and Attributes 
  3. The Function Object
  4. Scope, Lifetime and Closure
  5. Advanced Functions
  6. Class Methods and Constructors
  7. Inside Class
  8. Meeting Metaclass 
  9. Advanced Attributes
  10. Custom Attribute Access
  11. Single Inheritance
  12. Multiple Inheritance
  13. Class and Type
  14. Type Annotation
  15. Operator Overloading 

 

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