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I'm new to pychecker. Some of my code generates the following

No class attribute (HWND) found

While HWND is not an attribute of the class, it IS an attribute of the
instance created (my class is one of several classes used to create
the new class). Can I use __pychecker__ to selectively supress this
message? How?

Jun 4 '07 #1
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