Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:18311] Re: Ruby as opposed to Python?"
    on 01/07/23, Lloyd Zusman <ljz / asfast.com> writes:

|I'm virtually certain that Guido designed Python to be O-O from day
|one, and so I wouldn't call it a "hybrid" at all.  Perhaps you're
|thinking of Perl, whose OOP capabilities are indeed add-ons (and
|rather hack-ish, IMNSHO).

I know the first release of Python had OO capability, but if he really
designed Python to be OO from day one, there's no class-type (or
object-instance) separation, which he has to suffer until Python 3000.

							matz.