On Class namespaces, calling methods
vicente.soler at gmail.com
Sat Apr 10 10:26:35 EDT 2010
Still learning python, especially OOP.
While testing classes, I sometimes think of them as "ordinary
containers" of values and functions (methods). That is, values and
functions can be grouped together inside "namespaces" calles classes.
Say that I have this "silly" class.
While I can then write
I cannot write
I get the following error message:
TypeError: m() takes no arguments (1 given)
Since I have not created any instances of Uno, there is no self
object, and I do not understand what object is supplied to the
Could anybody explain what argument is being supplied to the method?
Is ther any workaround to call the m function?
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