FAQ: Nodes: Python - Nodes Python Getters

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Can somebody please explain the logic of the below?
def get_value(self):
return self.value

My logic was the below and I don’t understand how does the method know what self.value is if it’s not mentioned anywhere.
def get_value(self):
self.value = value
return self.value

Thank you

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I believe because they are under the same class we have the value. But it is one method within the class so that a little confusing to me too as I can not really explain it.