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+PYPTUG hands on session
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+From Java to Burma by Francois Dion
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+http://www.pyptug.org/2013/08/pyptug-meeting-august-26th.html
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+This information was presented at PYPTUG meeting, august 26th 2013. 
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+Getters and setters are an engrained pattern for the islanders of Java, C++ and some other islanders. Naturally, as these islanders travel to Myanmar and encounter The Python (well, yes, we do know that Python is from that TV show, and not the reptile, be it a Burmese or other kind), they continue these ancient customs.
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+In this hands on session, we will show you how to keep it simple and we will get deep into attributes, properties, descriptors and have fun with them.
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+See also http://pyptug.blogspot.com and http://raspberry-python.blogspot.com
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+Francois Dion's demonstration code is distributed under the MIT license (see LICENSE)

islanders/cpp/README.md

+# CPP example
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+typical getter / setter
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+To generate the executable:
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+g++ puppy.cpp -o puppy
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+and ./puppy to run it

islanders/csharp/README.md

+# C sharp example
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+Should not be your typical getter / setter for C sharp, as it does have properties, but in the wild, that is quite common, due to Java background of a lot of people. In the hands on, we talked about this in detail.
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+To compile:
+gmcs puppy.cs
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+To run:
+mono puppy.exe

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islanders/java/README.md

+# Java example
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+typical getter / setter
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+To compile:
+javac Puppy.javac
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+To run:
+java Puppy

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