At a loss on python scoping.

Shiyao Ma i at introo.me
Tue Mar 26 07:19:21 CET 2013


PS, I now python's scoping rule is lexical rule (aka static rule). How does
LEGB apply to class?

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 2:17 PM, Shiyao Ma <i at introo.me> wrote:

> Hi,
> suppose I have a file like this:
> class A:
>     r = 5
>     def func(self, s):
>         self.s = s
> a = A()
> print(a.r)    # this should print 5, but where does py store the name of r
>
> a.func(3)
> print(a.s)    # this should print 3, also where does py store this name.
> what's the underlying difference between the above example?
>
>
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