Python scope question
I have questions how nonlocal and global affecting the variable assignment. Also how each print statement looking up the values for the spam variable. This scope thing in python is very confusing too me still. Can anyone help me to understand this code w.r.t to scope in Python?
spam = "local spam"
spam = "nonlocal spam"
spam = "global spam"
spam = "test spam"
print("After local assignment:", spam)
print("After nonlocal assignment:", spam)
print("After global assignment:", spam)
print("In global scope:", spam)
$ python3 sample.py
After local assignment: test spam
After nonlocal assignment: nonlocal spam
After global assignment: nonlocal spam
In global scope: global spam
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