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courses:be5b33prg:homeworks:spam:step4 [2015/10/15 15:14]
xposik [Preparation]
courses:be5b33prg:homeworks:spam:step4 [2015/10/15 15:18]
xposik [Preparation]
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   * What are the minimal requirements for such an implementation?​ What does it have to be able to do, and what inputs and what outputs does it have to have?   * What are the minimal requirements for such an implementation?​ What does it have to be able to do, and what inputs and what outputs does it have to have?
  
-/** 
-Read how the //​inheritance//​ in OOP works and how it is used in Python. You can find more information here: 
  
-  ​* in the official [[http://​docs.python.org/release/3.2.3/​tutorial/​classes.html#​inheritance|Python tutorial]], or +**Optional (for more advanced programmers):​** Read how the //​inheritance//​ in OOP works and how it is used in Python. You can find more information here: 
-  * in {[a4b99rph:​Downey2009]},​ [[http://​www.greenteapress.com/​thinkpython/​html/​book019.html|chapter 18]], [[http://​www.greenteapress.com/​thinkpython/​html/​book019.html#​toc199|section 18.7]], or+ 
 +  ​* in the official [[https://​docs.python.org/​3/​tutorial/​classes.html#​inheritance|Python tutorial]], or
   * in {[a4b99rph:​Wentworth2012]},​ [[http://​openbookproject.net/​thinkcs/​python/​english3e/​inheritance.html|chapter 23]].   * in {[a4b99rph:​Wentworth2012]},​ [[http://​openbookproject.net/​thinkcs/​python/​english3e/​inheritance.html|chapter 23]].
-**/+
  
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     * ''​ParanoidFilter''​ which classifies all the emails as ''​SPAM'',​ and     * ''​ParanoidFilter''​ which classifies all the emails as ''​SPAM'',​ and
     * ''​RandomFilter''​ which assigns the lables ''​OK''​ and ''​SPAM''​ randomly.     * ''​RandomFilter''​ which assigns the lables ''​OK''​ and ''​SPAM''​ randomly.
-    * If these 3 filters have some functionality in common, try to extract it into a common ancestor called ''​BaseFilter''​ **in module ''​basefilter.py''​**.+    ​* **Optional:​** If these 3 filters have some functionality in common, try to extract it into a common ancestor called ''​BaseFilter''​ **in module ''​basefilter.py''​**.
  
 Why do we need it? Why do we need it?
courses/be5b33prg/homeworks/spam/step4.txt · Last modified: 2015/11/25 15:56 by xposik