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Stateful Objects use Mix-ins to define behaviour 1.0

A mix-in is a class which is dynamically inherited by an object.

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  • Last Updated: Aug 20, 2010
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Stateful Objects use Mix-ins to define behaviour is a Scripts software developed by Dave Haynes. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Stateful Objects use Mix-ins to define behaviour:

BSEditor: You want to implement stateful objects, which have a different set of behaviours according to what state they are in.

This requirement can be achieved with the use of mix-ins. A mix-in is a class which is dynamically inherited by an object. The methods of the mix-in class are thus accessible through the object. This is a clean way of providing objects with standard Interfaces.

Chuck Esterbrook has written a discussion of mix-ins, and their implementation in Python.

The recipe draws from the famous "Lumberjack Song". If you're not familiar with it, all you need to know is that the Passage Of Time modifies the Lumberjack's behaviour.
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