Which part of the loop is it going through in this class frame?
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> I am new to OOP. I'm a bit confused about the following code.
> class Clock(object):
> def __init__(self, time):
> self.time = time
> def print_time(self):
> time = '6:30'
> clock = Clock('5:30')
> I set time to 6:30, but it's coming out to 5:30. I guess it's because I
> passed in 5:30, so, it's replaced?
In print_time(), the variable 'time' is not the same as the variable
'time', a local variable, is set to '6:30'.
'self.time', an instance variable, is set to '5:30'.
You printed self.time, hence the result.