Like many design patterns, the Observer in Python is different. A lot has been written about patterns since the turn of the century, for languages like Java, C++, C# and PHP. Curiously, though, much of that doesn’t exactly apply to Python – or, at least, applies in a different way. Dynamic typing, functions as first-class objects, and some other additions to the object model all mean design patterns just work differently in this language.
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