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difference between type(self) and self

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asked Jan 29, 2020 by anonymous
class C: 

    counter = 0
    
    def __init__(self): 
        type(self).counter += 1
x=C()
print(x.counter)
print(C.counter)
both the above print statement gives output 1 while if i use self.counter+=1 then the first print gives output 0 and second print gives 1, can anyone explain?

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