class variable declarations...
Lee John Moore
leej at dsl.pipex.com
Mon Jun 16 15:15:33 CEST 2003
Is using __init__() to force the setting of various class attributes really not
frowned upon? Or is there another way of doing this that's considered more
"Interface with the SpeedTouch router"
def __init__(self, connect, uid, pwd, rtuid, rtpwd):
self.connect = connect
self.uid = uid
self.pwd = pwd
self.rtuid = rtuid
self.rtpwd = rtpwd
It just seems against the law to be creating instances of SpeedTouchComm and
accessing class attributes that aren't even referred to outside the __init__()
My biggest mental block with python seems to be undeclared variables. A
declaration block alone is handy for reference. Statically typed languages
have really messed me up. Is there a therapy group for refugees? ;-)
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