I would like to be able to create a list of all instances of a class. Another post here described how to do it by appending to a list during the __init__ routine but since I am a real Python newbie (and even more of a newbie to classes) I was hoping someone could post a simple code example to show a real world example of this. Thanks in advance.
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Well, here is an example
class Thingy(object): instances =  def __init__(self): self.instances.append(self) def waste_time_and_memory(): t = Thingy() for i in range(5): waste_time_and_memory() print Thingy.instances """ My output --> [<__main__.Thingy object at 0x7f0581777c50>, <__main__.Thingy object at 0x7f0581777c90>, <__main__.Thingy object at 0x7f0581777cd0>, <__main__.Thingy object at 0x7f0581777d10>, <__main__.Thingy object …
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