Guido's new method definition idea
steve at REMOVE-THIS-cybersource.com.au
Sun Dec 7 13:05:42 CET 2008
On Sun, 07 Dec 2008 12:43:13 +0100, News123 wrote:
> Sorry Dennis,
> I don't understand your answer.
> I'm not very knowledgable with all the OO vocabulary, but just use OO.
> self.a , self.b , self.c are stored in the object and could later be
> used by other object-methods.
In Python terminology, they are called "attributes". This is fairly
standard for most OO languages too.
If the attribute is stored in the instance, it is an "instance
attribute". If it is shared by all instances and stored in the class, it
is a "class attribute".
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