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When an object is used in a format string the object s __format__() method is called with the object and the format speci cation as arguments The method returns the instance suitably formatted as we saw earlier All the built-in classes already have suitable __format__() methods; here we make use of the float__format__() method by passing the oating-point value and the format string we have been given We could have achieved exactly the same thing like this:
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def __format__(self, format_spec): return self__value__format__(format_spec)
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Using the format() function requires a tiny bit less typing and is clearer to read Nothing forces us to use the format() function at all, so we could invent our own format speci cation language and interpret it inside the __format__() method, as long as we return a string
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@staticmethod def conjunction(*fuzzies): return FuzzyBool(min([float(x) for x in fuzzies]))
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The built-in staticmethod() function is designed to be used as a decorator as we have done here Static methods are simply methods that do not get self or any other rst argument specially passed by Python The & operator can be chained, so given FuzzyBool s f, g, and h, we can get the conjunction of all of them by writing f & g & h This works ne for small numbers of FuzzyBools, but if we have a dozen or more it starts to become rather inef cient since each & represents a function call With the method given here we can achieve the same thing using a single function call of FuzzyBoolFuzzyBoolconjunction(f, g, h) This can be written more concisely using a FuzzyBool instance, but since static methods don t get self, if we call one using an instance and we want to process that instance we must pass it ourselves for example, fconjunction(f, g, h) We have not shown the corresponding disjunction() method since it differs only in its name and that it uses max() rather than min() Some Python programmers consider the use of static methods to be un-Pythonic, and use them only if they are converting code from another language (such as C++ or Java), or if they have a method that does not use self In Python, rather than using static methods it is usually better to create a module function instead, as we will see in the next subsubsection, or a class method, as we will see in the last section In a similar vein, creating a variable inside a class de nition but outside any method creates a static (class) variable For constants it is usually more convenient to use private module globals, but class variables can often be useful for sharing data among all of a class s instances We have now completed the implementation of the FuzzyBool class from scratch We have had to reimplement 15 methods (17 if we had done the minimum of all four comparison operators), and have implemented two static methods In the following subsubsection we will show an alternative implementation, this time based on the inheritance of float It involves the reimplementations of just eight methods and the implementation of two module functions and the unimplementation of 32 methods In most object-oriented languages inheritance is used to create new classes that have all the methods and attributes of the classes they inherit, as well as the additional methods and attributes that we want the new class to have Python fully supports this, allowing us to add new methods, or to reimplement inherited methods so as to modify their behavior But in addition, Python allows us to effectively unimplement methods, that is, to make the new class behave as though it does not have some of the methods that it inherits Doing this might not appeal to object-oriented purists since it breaks polymorphism, but in Python at least, it can occasionally be a useful technique
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