class Add: def __init__(self, x, y): self.num_1 = x self.num_2 = y self.sum = 0 def add(self): self.sum = self.num_1 + self.num_2 return self.sum def add_another_method(self): #calling add method within this method within class. <span class="has-inline-color has-vivid-cyan-blue-color">sum_of_two_numbers = self.add()</span> return sum_of_two_numbers add_object = Add(10,20) <span class="has-inline-color has-vivid-cyan-blue-color">print(add_object.add_another_method())</span>
Here in the above example, you can see “add()” is getting called within “add_another_method()” by using a variable self followed by. (dot) followed by method name (self.add()) . To call other methods within another method within a class, you have to use the “self” variable along with the method which you want to call.
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