mrkafk at gmail.com
Sun Jul 13 18:55:11 CEST 2008
> However, it appears that somehow this object prints the value of 's'
> attribute without me setting any specific methods to do that:
> >>> astr = lstr('abcdef')
> >>> astr
> >>> astr.swapcase()
Correction: it doesn't really get the value from _s attribute:
>>> astr = lstr('abcdef')
So my updated question is where does this lstr() instance keep the
original value ('abcdef')? It obviously has smth to do with inheriting
after str class, but I don't get the details of the mechanism.
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