How to use '__init__ python' in Python

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68def __init__(self):
69 self.__ivalue = 5

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5def __init__(self):
6 if not os.path.exists("config"):
7 fp = open("config", 'w')
8 fp.write("Author:\n")
9 fp.write("Email:\n")
10 fp.close()
11 else:
12 fp = open("config", 'r')
13 while True:
14 line = fp.readline()
15 if len(line) == 0:
16 break
17 if line.startswith('Author'):
18 = line.split(':')[1]
19 if line.startswith('Email'):
20 = line.split(':')[1]
21 Python.timeNow = time.strftime('%Y,%m,%d %H:%M:%S')
22 fp.close()

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