I'm trying to understand why it is appropriate to have a method prefaced by __ underscores when no subclasses are present. There are thus technically no naming conflicts that could arise.
I'm specifically referring to the
__series_type method in this pvcaptest Github repo.
Other methods in the class in this format
__comb_trans_keys also just get called internally by other methods.
CapData() class has no subclasses. Is the
__series_type prefaced with a double-underscore merely a way to indicate that this is an internal method used only by other methods in the class? Is this even the correct usage of this syntax?
If it is, is it essentially a substitute for using the