Python class strangeitude
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Sat Aug 24 22:00:54 CEST 2002
"Mr. Neutron" wrote:
> I have discovered a strange thing about Python. I have a
> class, we'll
> call it MyClass. MyClass is derived from MyClassBase.
> Now I do this
> Jimmy = MyClass(...)
> Randy = MyClass(...)
> And guess what? Jimmy and Randy are the same darn thing in memory!
Either you've made an error somewhere else along the line here, or
you're mistaken about the objects being identical (to check, see what
`Jimmy is Randy' evaluates to). You'll have to show us more code for us
to tell you where.
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