Author eric.smith
Recipients eric.smith, miedzinski, moird
Date 2019-07-19.01:21:01
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Because variable belongs to the class, and not any instance of the class, you can duplicate this behavior without creating any instances at all:

>>> class TestClass(object):
...     variable = []
...
>>> TestClass.variable.append(1)
>>> TestClass.variable
[1]

And then when you create an instance t, t.variable still refers to the class:

>>> t = TestClass()
>>> t.variable
[1]
>>>

This is expected behavior.
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