[C++-sig] Re: calling python method using keywords
seefeld at sympatico.ca
Tue Jan 13 05:59:44 CET 2004
David Abrahams wrote:
>>what's wrong with a version of 'call' like
>>object call(const tuple &t, const dict &d);
> It doesn't take a callable object?
oh, definitely, sorry. Make that
object call(object o, const tuple &t=tuple(), const dict &d=dict());
with default arguments as in python...
I suggested const refs for the arguments because I can see one
usage where they are passed as temporaries:
object a1 = ...;
object a2 = ...;
object retn = call(callable, tuple(a1, a2))
Does this make sense ?
(with that a new overloaded 'operator()' could be
added to the object_operators interface with the
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