I have Python classes, of which I need only one instance at runtime, so it would be sufficient to have the attributes only once per class and not per instance. If there would be more than one instance (which won’t happen), all instance should have the same configuration. I wonder which of the following options would be better or more “idiomatic” P….
What is the idiomatic Python equivalent of this C/C++ code?
static int counter = 0;
printf(“counter is %d\n”, counter);
specifically, how does one implement the static member at the function level, as opposed to the class level? And does placing the function into a class change anything?
How do I create static class variables or methods in Python?