Declaration of an array of unspecified size
Bertel Lund Hansen
nospamius at lundhansen.dk
Mon Sep 1 08:43:03 CEST 2003
Ulrich Petri skrev:
>> class PopMailServer:
>> host = ""
>> user = ""
>> password = "*"
>> mails = 0
>> mail # This is wrong but what do I do?
>mail =  #would work
>But you are creating class-variables here. Are you sure thats what you want?
Yes. I have the habit from Java and C++. Is there a better way to
declare them in Python?
I am using the class for inheritance. Does that matter?
In my present version i deleted the lines where I declared empty
attributes. It seems to work anyway.
>you can skip the "mails" variable. len(mail) will give the same.
Yes, I saw that in another posting. But I have a habit that I
aquired working with slow computers: always to substitute
function-calls with variables (faster). Is that a bad habit?
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