Namespaces in functions vs classes
ethan at stoneleaf.us
Sun Apr 17 22:41:53 CEST 2011
Gerald Britton wrote:
> For my
> final attempt, I add the prefix "a." to my use of "foo"
>>>> class a():
> ... foo = 'foo'
> ... def g(x):
> ... return a.foo
The first parameter to any method in a class* is going to be the
instance of that class, and is usually named 'self'. So your above code
(to stick with your 'x') should be:
or to follow normal naming conventions:
*It is also possible to write special methods that take the class as the
first argument (classmethod) or don't take either (staticmethod).
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