global variables or inheritence

Jeff Massung jmassung at magpiesystems.com
Wed Apr 26 22:20:28 CEST 2000


>testprog1.py:
>import os, sys, string, testprog2
>def main():
>    print 'hello'
>    myvar = 2
>    testprog2.second()
>if __name__ == '__main__':
>    main()

NOTE: myvar is local to main() (not to the file)

>
>testprog2.py:
>import os, sys, string, testprog1
>def second():
>    print testprog1.myvar
>if __name__ == '__main__':
>    print 'nope'
>

Also, just as coding practice - you're cirular use of the files is VERY
bad... it can cause many problems (and is illegal in many languages - I
can't believe Python would allow it). What is your program that you need to
do this with? Just curious.

Jeff





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