amimobenja08 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 19:05:37 CET 2013
I have an issue with a Python script that I will show as follows:
Assume that you have three (well defined) classes: AirBase and VmNet, . VmNet has got a method that is called recursively each time an HTTP response is received. The variable recordTuple needs to be built independently for each instance of VmNet that is created. However, the mentioned variable is being overwritten across every instance, so if you try to get it from vmnet_instance_y, you would get exactly the same than retrieving it from vmnet_instance_x.
• What is the code issue? I need to use this script in a project and I don't know how to proceed.
Actually, the script aims to follow the principle don't repeat yourself (DRY). As you may notice, VmNet and AirBase does not have def __init__(self), so self.recordTupleBase does not probably exist. Additionally, many other subclasses, similar to VmNet, can implement the recursive method using that recordTupleBase.
* I will gladly appreciate any help thanks....
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