george.sakkis at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 06:41:39 CET 2008
On Jan 21, 12:16 am, "J. Peng" <jp... at block.duxieweb.com> wrote:
> Dennis Lee Bieber 写道:
> > The scope of "name" is the entire function; lacking a "global name"
> > statement, AND being on the left side of an assignment, it is a function
> > local name.
> Thank you. Does python have so-called 'block scope' object?
No, it doesn't; in most cases that you may care, a name's scope is
either local or global*.
> or if you can,please show me the doc for python's object scope.
* There is also class scope and lexical closures but most likely you
don't have to worry about them for now.
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