I wrote a simple class in Python2.7 that should use the
class c(): def __init__(self): __pro = 1 @property def pro(self): return __pro *10 def setpro(self, x): __pro = x
Now when I create an object from this class and try to access the
pro property, I get the following error:
>>> x = c() >>> x.pro Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File "<stdin>", line 7, in pro NameError: global name '_c__pro' is not defined
Note that the whole thing was written inside the same python commandline-session, so it should have nothing to do with missing imports or wrong import namespaces.
What am I doing wrong here? How must I rewrite it to access the property