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Python #11 - Static class functions

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I just figured out how to make class functions static. It's kind of tricky; just create a new definition as an attribute and bind it to the function.

class myClass:
x,y = 0,0
def add():
return (myClass.x + myClass.y)
add = staticmethod(add)

Now you can do the following:

>>> myClass.add()
>>> myClass.x = 5
>>> myClass.y = 4
>>> myClass.add()
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class myClass {

static int add(){
return x + y;
int x, y;

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