There has been talk about “passing by reference” and “passing by value” in Python and a number of other programming languages. Let’s dispel a couple myths and talk about how Python passes parameters between methods.
When we call a method in a programming language, we can pass parameters to it. These normally are values that can be used within the method, and only exist inside it.
Now that we’ve got the server ready, we can start deploying the application. The application we are working with in this post is: https://github.com/schoolofcode-me/price-of-chair.
A complete guide on setting up and deploying a Flask application to a Linux server.
Something that unavoidably ends up coming up when learning Python is this issue of classmethods and staticmethods, especially for students coming from a Java background, where there are no classmethods.