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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Constructicons

Stephen Cole
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Stephen Cole
Courses Plus Student 15,592 Points

Does the "Constructions" section of Object-Oriented Python have a typo in the header. It says "Constructicons."

Granted, OOP is very much like Transformers. The're more than meets the eye.

However, I'm wondering if this isn't just a typo.

Thanks,

Stephen

1 Answer

LOL no I don't think its a typo, this is Kenneth's sense of humor. He does these a lot in the lesson. I guess to make the process less dry.

Arcee Palabrica
Arcee Palabrica
8,100 Points

agree with doesitmatter I think it's just wordplay :D

John Lundberg
John Lundberg
20,368 Points

Programming should be dry, dude!

I'd say Kenneth's code is pretty D.R.Y.