Does the first argument of a method *has to be* self?
aahz at netcom.com
Wed Jun 30 22:39:30 CEST 1999
In article <19990630222121.A1121 at optiplex.palga.uucp>,
Gerrit Holl <gerrit.holl at pobox.com> wrote:
>I never saw code where the first argument of a method wasn't self. Is it
>in theory possible?
Yes and no. The first argument always *is* self, but it can be named
something else. For example:
class foo :
s.bar() # recursive call
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