Python3 - How do I import a class from another file
> There is a difference between not understanding why things are as
> you are told, and assuming because you don't understand, what you
> are told is wrong.
The other side is you guys, expecting from me that, even though I
appearantly do not understand it, just take whatever has being said as the
> Instead of trying to understand, you started to dispute.
Correct. I didn't understand, so I argued my point, and expected the other
to argue his. My arguing could have clarified where I when off my rockers,
his arguing could have shown me where I did. Whats wrong with that ?
> Yes, you made a mistake. You relied on a specific example where
> things turned out as you expected.
And /anyone/ was allowed to come up with an example to counter it. Heck,
noone even tried to explain, beyond a "there are two garbage collectors",
why my example was wrong.
> That you think you can infer general behaviour from your limited
> experience is a mistake.
Do I have any other option ? Most noone here actually tried to even
understand what I asked, let alone try to explain their own stance. How am
I to learn otherwise ? I just have to create my own experiences.
And no, just parotting someone elses word has never appealed to me.
Sorry. I need to see it (not) working , or no deal.