PyCharm codechecker corrections are strange. Help understand

I have the following code in a .py file in PyCharm Python dev suite

__author__ = 'james.....'

class binaryNode() :


    def __init__(self,rootid):
      self.left = None
      self.right = None
      self.rootid = rootid

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The code inspector thinks that rootid is incorrect in both places, and it makes no sense
It says "Typo in word 'rootid'  "

What have I done wrong?
Thanks
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Suhas .Senior QA ManagerCommented:
since rootid is new word and its not recongnized, you need to add it to dictionary of PyCharm.
Once you add it and do inspect code, it will say 'No Suspecious code found'.
gelonidaCommented:
@suhas

so you have to add every new variable name to a PyCharm dictionary?

I personally don't use PyCharm, but if I recall correctly, one of my friends was using PyCharm and did not have this problem.

Is this perhaps a PyCharm setting, that can be disabled?
Not everybody who's using PyCharm might want to declare every new variable name / property name to PyCharm.
Suhas .Senior QA ManagerCommented:
For that we need to go to option

Code -> Configure current File analysis -> select the highlighting level to None.

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