itsme at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 28 04:11:19 CET 2004
A newbie question.
How can I tell from within a function whether a particular argument is a
sigular type, or a complex type?
For instance, in:
How do I know if arg1 is a single type (like a number), or a list?
In C++, you would do it with function overloading. If arg1 is always simple
type, I wouldn't care what it is. But what if I *do* need to know whether
arg1 is a list or not?
I hate to have to have 2 functions: 1 for simple types, and one for list
types and then do something like:
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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