Have you ever seen some Python code and wondered what @staticmethod and @classmethod do ? Well, let me explain ... @staticmethod A static method is a method that knows nothing about the class or instance it was called on. The class instance, therefore, is NOT passed in as an implicit first argument to the static method. ... @staticmethod def do_something(x): return x The main advantages to using static methods are that Python does not have to instantiate a bound-method for th

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