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Submitted: Oct 22 2013 / 16:14

After publishing my previous article, on Python metaclasses, I got a fair amount of feedback, and there was one point in particular I feel I should elaborate on. It may seem simple at first glance, but it is nonetheless worth discussing in a little more detail: Why do I use the __init__ method in my metaclass? Would __new__ be more “pythonic?” It’s a fair question, but as I show here, I think the __init__ method is better for most cases.
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