Obligatory "ignore this space" : https://sacoronavirus.co.za

As I'm wandering again I'll have to commit what I've done so far. I aught to have a 'development branch,' but I haven't declared a perfect eclair yet, have I?

I do need to show one set of readers to another: for pastry that contains chocolate became pretty common in the bakeries, but we had to use a different word. And it would be a bit thick of me--spare me the cream--to think that those readers haven't already made alliances.

I'm not here to make excuses. If you call a daemon a module, that's your business. The question we have yet to answer is how they differ from objects. Taking 'string' to mean 'letter to grandmother' or 'identifier,' a list of these will certainly be needed for the one.

A use case is certainly useful to build upon. That's how we get to the idea that modules need to be imported. Were we to assign them to a variable, we would need to decide if our letters to our grandmothers need to be acted upon or not. Note that we're assuming we've chosen what gives us member access; which we would assume we borrow from how we worked out importing.

Now, it is easiest to start with the existence of an initial-value-returning operator: we then let 'operator' look at 'object.'

And now, you see, the do's and the dont's (do be a dear and shut your pipe) are a matter of class.

Attributes come in when we're planning to make an upgrade without having to get everyone to stop what they're doing to talk about what they were doing outside.

Or if you have a vulture on your shoulder who likes to play that 'what's that' game.

Well, I'll have to test this theory. I'm sure you'll be the first to know if I'm able to turn myself into one of my own objects.

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