Too many 'self' in python.That's a big flaw in this language.

faulkner faulkner891 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 14:11:34 CEST 2007


On Jun 27, 7:02 am, "hide1... at gmail.com" <hide1... at gmail.com> wrote:
> HI
>     I'm currently using Python. I find that a instance variable must
> confined with self,
> for example:
> class a:
>     def __init__(self):
>         self.aa=10
>     def bb(self):
>         print self.aa # See .if in c++,I could use aa to change that
> variable
>
> That's a big inconvenience in coding ,especially when you have lot of
> variable
> If you method need 10 variables ,you have to type "self" for 10 times
> and that also makes your variable longer.
>
> >From My point,I think this only help python interpreter to deside
>
> where to look for.
> Is there anyone know's how to make the interpreter find instance name
> space first?
> Or any way to make programmer's life easier?

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