Newbie elementary question (please help!!!)

rainer2207 at rainer2207 at
Sun Aug 29 11:52:56 CEST 1999

At the moment I have:

class Interface:

      def __init__(self, master):


root = Tk()
inter = Interface(root)

Can someone please explain to me what 'self' and
'master' are? I'm assuming master is the root
window while self is the instance name of the root
window in this class. I've also seen master=None
can someone explain this to me?

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