Java has self embedded as the this pointer which is optionally used when a naming conflict occurs between function args and instance attributrsYes, it has, but I believe Python is not quite built for the same purpose as java or c++. While learning from online tutorials, I found it is customary to put a reference to the currently called object in a function definition, through the keyword
self. I don't remember doing this in java (except maybe in a few cases). I believe Python might be good for scientific computing, but not suitable for application development.