Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Sun Aug 25 02:09:40 CEST 2002
"Mr. Neutron" wrote:
> I was under the assumption that class_inside was a public
> variable that was instantiated with every new class. But my
> observation has proven it is not true every class with have
> a reference to class_inside ( I can show actual code that
> proves this...)
It's a variable that is instantiated when the class definition is
parsed. All instances of the class will have access to that object, but
they'll all be accessing the same object.
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