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

hide1713 at gmail.com hide1713 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 13:02:34 CEST 2007


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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