[Python-ideas] Fwd: Dict access with double-dot (syntactic sugar)
mal at egenix.com
Thu Mar 24 14:44:25 CET 2011
Jameson Quinn wrote:
> "class attrdict" is a perennial dead-end for intermediate pythonistas who
> want to save 3 characters/5 keystrokes for item access. Other languages such
> they think, so why not python? Well, there are a number of reasons why not,
> beginning with the possible conflicts with keywords or any of the magic
> method names in python.
You can have all that in Python as well - you only need to create
a dictionary type that maps attribute access to dictionary access.
Wrapping existing dictionaries like that is also easily possible.
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