class initialization problem
davea at ieee.org
Fri Sep 18 14:38:59 CEST 2009
> On Sep 18, 12:24 am, "OKB (not okblacke)"
> <brenNOSPAMb... at NObrenSPAMbarn.net> wrote:
>> Perhaps you want to cut off the recursion at the first step, so
>> that the nested instance itself does not have a nested instance. If so,
>> add another parameter to __init__ that flags whether you are creating a
>> "top-level" instance.
> yes, i also figured that out just a few minutes ago.
> class A():
> def __init__(self, nested=ue)
> if nested:
> self.var =(nestedúlse)
> I think i have been staring at code too long and my noodle just
> shutdown for the evening :)
Don't forget the else: clause. If the nested flag is not set, set
self.var = None. Otherwise, some user of this class has to face the
possibility that he gets an attribute exception accessing the child.
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