REPOST: Correct use of Classes?

G. Willoughby sab at
Sat Dec 29 13:25:34 EST 2001

    Can someone please point me to any docs on the net that deal with
correct useage of classes in python. I have been coding with python now for
nearly a year but i haven't really touched on using classes, I know how to
code them but i need a little guidance for when to use them in the real


G. Willoughby

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