Python becoming less Lisp-like

Peter Maas peter at
Tue Mar 15 12:19:30 CET 2005

Carl Banks schrieb:
> In Python, classes aren't some magical land where the usual rules don't
> hold (as they are in many other languages).  That's why "self." is used
> on class variables, for instance.  A class is nothing more than a scope
> that uses a smittering of magic to turn it into a type.

scope -> dictionary

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