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Sun Nov 4 17:14:45 CET 2007
Bjoern Schliessmann a écrit :
> Hendrik van Rooyen wrote:
>>So what's the difference ? Why can't bar be called a method
>>of foo, or is it merely a convention that classes have
>>methods and modules have functions?
> In depends on which terminology you use. As Steven told, Python
> methods are special functions.
Nope. They are callable objects wrapping a function, a class and
(usually) an instance of the class.
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