how to give an object as argument for a method
herrn at gmx.net
Tue Mar 5 23:18:36 CET 2002
I am new to python and have a question how to achieve $subject.
I want something like the 'this' statement in java that gives you the
current object. So when I call a method like f(this) I give the object
that calls the method as argument.
But how can I do this in python?
I am using python 2.1.
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