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Been reading up on #Python lately. I know that classes in Python "doesn't support" private values, but could this functionality not be implemented with closures?

Edit: typo
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If the #Python rules and conventions of _ prefixes don't meet the needs for 'privacy', perhaps choose another tool from the tool-box instead of trying to hammer-in a screw?
@dn Not my project. I didn't pick the tool.

That said, it was more of a hypothetical question.

Want to brush up on my #Python #MySQL and #JavaScript for a technical interview I may or may not get shortly. If anyone has any recommendations for additional resources that might be helpful, I'd be happy to look at them.
For SQL, I found a bit ago. Has exercises at the bottom of each page, could be useful as a catch up, found it nice myself.

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