Decorators in Python
One of the important programming patterns is the decorator pattern.
What do decorators do? They modify a function's behavior, allowing us to enhance to add functionality without changing its structure. But how does it work in Python?
You might have noticed the syntactic sugar notation for the decorator - the so-called 'pie' notation: @.
Let's look at a quick practical example. We're going to define a 'polite' decorator that will modify announcements issued in a train station.
We will then decorate a function issuing such an announcement.
Here's how it would look like:
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