[Tutor] dictionaries, objects and scoping...

John Morris jrmorrisnc at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 03:16:34 CET 2008

class Foo:
  '''Represents a foo'''
  def __init__(self, name):
    '''Initializes the person's data'''
    self.name = name
    print '(Initializing %s)' % self.name
    self.ot = Bar(self.name)
    print '(After Other - %s)' % self.name

class Bar:
    def __init__(self, name):
        self.name = name
        print 'Other', self.name
        print 'Other (Changed)', self.name

dict = { "srv" : "why", "goo" : "sticky" }
foo = Foo(dict)
print foo.name

Why does the pop in the Bar class nuke the srv k & v from Foo.name as well?
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