A static method of a Python class is
a method that does not obey the usual convention in which
self, an instance of the class, is the first
argument to the method.
To declare a static method, declare the method normally, and
wrap it with the built-in
function, using either of the techniques described in Section 21.20, “
staticmethod(): Create a static
Once you have declared a method to be static, the arguments you pass it are exactly the arguments it receives. Example:
>>> class Hobbs: ... @staticmethod ... def represent(): ... print "Hobbs represent!" ... >>> Hobbs.represent() Hobbs represent!