newb question about @property
Chris Angelico wrote:
> Decorators are fairly straight-forward if you understand higher-order
> functions. <snip>
I was just minding my own business, and thought to write my first
decorator for a simple *recursive* function f. The decorator WORKS if f
does not make a call to itself. Otherwise, f seems to have
"difficulty" calling itself (I get a typerror, f(n) has value
"NoneType"). What is the explanation for this? Does f have a new name
because it has a decorator on it now?
Note: I am not using functools.wraps since I don't yet understand the
reason I might do that yet (first things first... ).