A question on scope...

Bruno Desthuilliers bruno.42.desthuilliers at websiteburo.invalid
Fri Jun 19 11:43:54 CEST 2009


MRAB a écrit :
> Wells Oliver wrote:

NB : answering the OP (original post didn't show up on c.l.py ???)

>> In writing out python classes, it seems the 'self' is optional, 

You mean, inside a method ?

>> meaning that inside a class method,

<warning topic="semantic issue">
In Python, a "class method" is a method that operates on the class 
object itself instead of operating on an instance of the class.
</warning>

>> "self.foo = bar" has the same 
>> effect as "foo = bar". Is this right?

It's obviously false, cf MRAB's answer.



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