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« Reply #135 on: May 16, 2013, 01:46:35 am »

Thanks!

I remember the time that I had no idea how classes worked. Always tried to grasp them in PHP but because they weren't forced I never used them.
I recommend learning Java for a while. It's where I really learned how to use classes and understand them the best. Or just ask away, we can answer your questions Cheesy

Alright Cheesy

Well, this example from learn python the hard way:

Code:
class Song(object):

    def __init__(self, lyrics):
        self.lyrics = lyrics

    def sing_me_a_song(self):
        for line in self.lyrics:
            print line

happy_bday = Song(["Happy birthday to you",
                   "I don't want to get sued",
                   "So I'll stop right there"])

bulls_on_parade = Song(["They rally around the family",
                        "With pockets full of shells"])

happy_bday.sing_me_a_song()

bulls_on_parade.sing_me_a_song()

I understand that the last two lines will call each song as a parameter in the sing_me_a_song function, but I don't get the whole 'self' thing. In song me a song you use 'self' as a parameter... which for some reason doesn't make sense to me...

And this:
Code:
def __init__(self, lyrics):
        self.lyrics = lyrics

I don't even know how to comprehend it, I know it's meant to basically start the class, but I can't see what it does...

Another thing I'm having, is that looking at when I use Song("[Song lyrics]"), I'd assume there'd have to be another parameter because the class has self and lyrics in __init__... why only the lyrics?

Sorry if this was weird to understand, I don't know what I'm talking about and it makes it harder to ask for advice...

Hit up the programming thread on /g/ perhaps?

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