how to dispatch objects depending on their class
curzio.basso at unibas.ch
Wed Aug 11 10:12:33 CEST 2004
Casey Duncan wrote:
> It should not be a problem to use the actual class object as keys in the
> dict and the functions as values. No need to convert the class to
Ops, did not think about that. But maybe the string is a more efficient key?
> So why can't they be static methods of the classes exactly? That would
> be simpler, however the dict will work efficiently.
Well, as I wrote in the original post and in some reply, I want to keep
the logic of this particular function separated from the class
hierarchy. And as cmedcoff at hotmail.com suggested this could be a Visitor
pattern. I'm looking on that.
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