Class Methods (as opposed to Instance Methods)
olivier.deckmyn at mail.dotcom.fr
Fri Aug 20 13:45:53 CEST 1999
I play with Python while a few now (1 month).
My programer background is ObjectPascal, C++ and SmallTalk.
There is an "object-feature" I am not able to reproduce with Python : class
As opposed to instance methods, theese should apply to classes.
def myClassMethod(?, value):
if value=='1' :
elif value=='2' :
else: return 'What else?'
Instance methods are easy to use:
But here is how I would like to use class Methods :
(Note that there is no MyClass().xxx but well MyClass.xxx)
I don't find any way to do that :(
I know it exists class attributes, but it does not fit my needs :(
Please HEEEELP !
Olivier Deckmyn, Paris - France
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from
magic." -Arthur C. Clark
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