namedlist perhaps? :)if you want:"namedtuple, but mutable. " then namedlist seems like the obvious alternative..
On 26 March 2015 at 07:17, Zaur Shibzukhov <email@example.com> wrote:
вторник, 17 марта 2015 г., 19:52:28 UTC+3 пользователь Luciano Ramalho написал:Sometimes we need a simple class to hold some mutable attributes,
provide a nice repr, support == for testing, and support iterable
unpacking, so you can write:
>>> p = Point(3, 4)
>>> x, y = p
That's very much like the classes built by namedtuple, but mutable.
I propose we add to the collections module another class factory. I am
calling it plainclass, but perhaps we can think of a better name. Here
is how it would be used:
>>> import collections
>>> Point = collections.plainclass('Point', 'x y')
The signature of the plainclass function would be exactly the same as
namedtuple, supporting the same alternative ways of naming the
There is an attempt to make such alternative: recordarray.
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