If I have a Django form such as:
subject = forms.CharField(max_length=100)
message = forms.CharField()
sender = forms.EmailField()
And I call the as_table() method of an instance of this form, Django will render the fields as the same order as specified above.
My question is how does Django know the order that class variables where defined?
(Also how do I override this order, for example when I want to add a field from the classe’s init method?)
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