Global variables within classes.
bruno.42.desthuilliers at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com
Fri Nov 30 13:48:12 CET 2007
Donn Ingle a écrit :
(about class attributes, instance attributes and lookup rules)
> Okay, I sort of see that. It's not a property
For clarity, better s/property/attribute/ here. In Python, property is a
builtin class used for computed attributes.
> of 'j' so it looks upwards
> into the class.
> This is kind of weird.
Given that methods and properties are (at least usually for methods)
class attributes, this makes sens.
> It's not clear like Python usually is.
Mmm... It's certainly not obvious for newcomers, but this is easy to
understand and IIRC well documented.
> Is this
> something intentional
Definitively, yes !-)
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