Because a bound method is already associated with a specific instance, you call the method as follows:
method h in class C
The key thing to notice here is that you don’t pass the method’s first argument,
self, by the usual argument-passing syntax. Rather, a bound method of instance
x implicitly binds the
self parameter to object
x. Thus, the body of the method can access th...
For v2, even though you're calling unbound (static) method on class C, you need to pass in an instance of Class C as the first argument to the method h().