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Mikael Olofsson mikael at isy.liu.se
Mon Feb 28 15:22:23 CET 2000


On 28-Feb-00 Gregoire Welraeds wrote:
 >  This question is related to OOP approach.
 >  Why do I have to :
 >      def __init__(self, name):
 >              self.__name = name
 >  
 >      def getname(self):
 >              return self.__name
 >  and
 >  x= MyObject.getname()
 >  
 >  instead of 
 >      def __init__(self, name):
 >              name= name
 >  and then
 >  x= MyObject.name

What's wrong with the following?

      def __init__(self, name):
              self.name = name

and then:

x = MyObject.name

/Mikael

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