When we want to set attributes of `self`, we should do it explicitly. Not like `this.` in java or C#, `self.` is needed in python.
So, the method > def print_time(self): > time = '6:30' > print(self.time) does 1. set a local variable `time` as '6:30' 2. print `time` which is an attribute of `self` Two `time` s are different. It runs line-by-line. `__init__` works at the insantiation. -- yout...@gmail.com -- https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list