jkraska1 at san.rr.com
Sun May 7 09:29:48 CEST 2000
Passing around "pointers to functions" is something I intrinsically
understand, but if an instance of an object passes a reference to
one of its methods, how does python keep track of the instance?
When I first tried this, I presumed that I'd be delivering the
self argument upon invocation the hard way. This appears to not
be the case. Very cool. But how's this work?
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