newb question about @property
On Tue, Oct 3, 2017 at 9:16 AM, Jorge Gimeno <jlgimeno71 at gmail.com> wrote:
> No, I see this as teaching the skills involved to drive a car. Practicing a
> turn, scanning gauges, and checking blind spots are all a part of driving.
> When one is learning, it's easier to learn these in isolation so when the
> problem must be solved in real time, you know what to do. This is no
> different. You may never need to use a decorator ever in your development
> career, but the tool is there in case the problem you have can be elegantly
> solved using one.
I have to agree. Learning the language without taking the time to
learn all of its features is like learning to drive without bothering
to learn how to use the tachometer or the hand brake. Sure you can
drive without those things, but that doesn't make them not useful.