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Putting Metaclasses to Work

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Forman's book is out of print.
Is there a good substitute?

Thanks,
Alan Isaac
Mar 11 '07 #1
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On Mar 11, 7:31 pm, "Alan Isaac" <ais...@american.eduwrote:
Forman's book is out of print.
Is there a good substitute?

Thanks,
Alan Isaac
The book is about a non-standard implementation of C++ featuring
metaclasses.
It it not that relevant if you are interested in metaclasses in
Python.
You can find lots of info about metaclasses in the Python Wiki. For
instance,
you can look at http://www.python.org/pycon/dc2004/p...sses-pycon.pdf
which has lots of examples.
If you insist in wanting the book, you should look for used books.
This is the
way I bought it from Amazon 5 years ago (dunno if it is still
available now, but
you never know).

Michele Simionato

Mar 12 '07 #2

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