To help you automate the creation and deletion of objects, you can easily override two default methods:
__del__. These are the methods called by Python when a class is being instantiated and freed, known as the constructor and destructor, respectively.
Having a custom constructor is great for when you need to accept a set of parameters for each object being created. For example, you might want each dog to have its own name on creation, and you could implement that with this code:
class Dog(object): def __init__(self, name): self.name = namefluffy = Dog("Fluffy")print fluffy.name
If you do not provide a name parameter when creating the
Dog object, Python reports an error and stops. You can, of ...