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Using Object Oriented Design approach

I have been developing a application in Python which instantiates objects on the fly. I want to adopt a Object Oriented approach in what I am developing.
So far what I have been doing is

Script 1 does all the argument passing and creates a Hashed data structure which is global. It in turn instantiates script2 on the fly which is passed as command line to which the global hashed data structure is passed.

Now if script2 wants to call a function in script3, can script3 read the global hashed data structure populated by script1 without script2 passing that argument.

Also is this the right way of doing it ? How do I achieve a complete Object Oriented Approach ?

Feb 7 '07 #1
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Python specifics regarding OO implementation/design are quite straight-forward and would only require a page or two to discuss. Before we begin, though, I'd like to ask you what you have studied on the general principals and direct your attention to this thread if you haven't really studied OOD/OOP yet. Welcome to the Python Forum on TSDN,
Feb 7 '07 #2

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