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Author Paul.Davis
Recipients Paul.Davis, docs@python
Date 2010-05-15.04:13:32
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I should mention, in example.py, it wasn't immediately clear that "print f.bing" would actually print instead of raising the AttributeError. As in, I had a property raising an unexpected error that happend to be an AttributeError. If its not an attribute error, the error is not swallowed. I can see the obvious argument for "AttributeError means not found", it just wasn't immediately obvious what was going on.
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