Steven D'Aprano <> added the comment:

"Class attribute" and "instance attribute" are the usual terms used in the 
Python documentation and community. I have heard other terms used in other 
language communities, in particular "members" and "variables", but I've never 
come across one that uses "value". Do you mind if you tell us where you have 
seen this used?

We have 30 years of talking about class and instance attributes, we're not 
going to change now. 

Java has ClassValue:

and Scala talks about "value classes", but neither seem to be what you are 
talking about.

See also:

nosy: +steven.daprano
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