[docs] [issue11318] Python 3.2 FAQ example code typo?
R. David Murray
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Fri Feb 25 14:27:40 CET 2011
R. David Murray <rdmurray at bitdance.com> added the comment:
Hmm. Rereading your message, is seems like you just didn't understand the statement "c.count refers to C.count for any...". That is a statement about how the language behaves. If there is not yet an instance variable 'count', but a class variable 'count' exists, then the value of the class variable is used when c.count is evaluated. A class is a two level nested name space with a couple of special properties.
I don't really see any way to make that statement clearer.
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