On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 3:57 AM, Liam Marsh firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
hello,here is my idea: var(): input var name (str), outputs var value example:
1.34thank you and have a nice day!
This is underspecified. What should it do for this code?
count = 3 def foo(): print var('count', 1) foo()
If the output is "1", then you're in luck and can already use vars().get('count', 1)
Otherwise, I don't know a trivial one-liner to do it. Either way I'd be -1 on its inclusion in Python, it encourages a bad idiom.