Should Python documentation for __class__ be improved?
_spam_sux_tdfunk at _spam_sux_nettally.com
Thu Mar 16 18:13:39 CET 2000
In an article posted 15 Mar 2000 19:09:27 +0100,
Martin von Loewis (loewis at informatik.hu-berlin.de) said:
> If you read the types page from the beginning to the end, you should
> notice the discussion of "Class", after which " __class__ is the
> instance's class" should be clear.
You caught me.... <g> I'll go back and start at the top of the page.
> However, if it isn't, it is
> difficult for the documentation write to know how the wording should
> be to make it clearer. So it would be good if you submitted improved
> wording yourself <no, I won't use wink>
I'll do that, but should I submit it directly to Fred Drake (keeper of
the Python documentation) or post it here?
-=< tom >=-
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