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bearophileHUGS at lycos.com wrote:
Frank Millman, just a short note, more expert people can give you
better answers. There aren't abstract classes in Python.
Well... There's no "abstract" modifier at least - but there still are
abstract classes, ie not meant to be directly instanciated. You
mentioned NotImplementedError, which is indeed the usual way to make
something "abstract" in Python.



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