I have 2 classes A and B. How can class B access parameters that are in class A?
It cannot directly access class members unless it has access to the object. Otherwise you might need to define static variables.
How to give access to its object ? Please could you type a sample code?
Sure, here is a small example:
class A(object): def __init__(self, B): self.B = B print(self.B.internal_attribute) class B(object): def __init__(self): self.internal_attribute = 2.8 b = B() a = A(b) # 2.8