Class properties and object properties

SuperZE allansuperze at
Mon Oct 6 15:38:27 CEST 2008

> Because you declare myList to be a *class*-level variable, which means *all*
> instances of that class (a and b in your case) *share* it. Python does not
> declare *instance* variables the way you do.
> Instead, do this:
> class Foo(object):
>     def __init__(self):
>         self.myList = []

Interesting, but that does not explain the difference in the behavior
of myList and myInt

Both were class-level variables, as far as I can see, and therefor a
and b should also share it

And good remind on default arguments :)

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