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Wed Jan 7 20:48:06 CET 2009
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 11:39 AM, Eric Snow <esnow at verio.net> wrote:
> I was reading in the documentation about __del__ and have a couple of
> questions. Here is what I was looking at:
> What is globals referring to in the following text from that reference
Globals are variables that have toplevel module scope. Basically, any
assignments, function definitions, or class definitions with no
indentation from the left margin will create a global variable. If you
can get at the variable by appending something of the form
"\nSomeIdentifierHere\n" to the module's file, and it's not a built-in
function, then it's a global.
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