new style classes, __new__, __init__
larry.bates at vitalEsafe.com
Tue Sep 16 21:18:45 CEST 2008
Torsten Mohr wrote:
> i have some questions related to new style classes, they look
> quite useful but i wonder if somebody can give me an example
> on constructors using __new__ and on using __init__ ?
> I just see that when using it i can't give parameters to __new__
> and when i additionally define __init__ then __new__ is not
> So i can use __new__ only for classes whose constructors don't
> have parameters?
> class C2:
> def __new__(self):
> print "new called"
> self.a = 8
> def __init__(self, a):
> print "init called"
> self.a = a
> def fct(self):
> print self.a
> a = C2(7)
> This way __new__ is not called, if i remove __init__ then
> there are too many parameters to __new__, if i add a parameter
> to __new__ then it says that __new__ does not take arguments.
> Thanks for any hints,
New style classes should be based on object:
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