[Tutor] 'module' object has no attribute (setting aclass attribute)
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Sun Oct 17 02:14:06 CEST 2010
"Tim Johnson" <tim042849 at gmail.com> wrote
>> conventions and named your class with a leading uppercase. ...
> <blush> I didn't know there was such a convention.
Its not universally observed but it is common, not just in Python
but in most OOP languages. It goes back at least as far as
SmallTalk80, and maybe even to Simula67 the original OOP
language... (NB In both cases the number refers to the year
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