Christian Heimes <christ...@python.org>: > Python creates a new bound method object every time. A bound method > object is a callable object that keeps a strong reference to the > function, class and object. The bound method object adds the object as > first argument to the function (aka 'self').
I stand corrected. I had thought the trampoline ("bound method object") was created once and for all. Marko -- https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list