[Python-ideas] add variable "__this_func__" inside all functions' locals

语言破碎处 mlet_it_bew at 126.com
Tue Feb 28 21:14:27 EST 2017

We need not care other functions, just the "current" one.
    Other functions are definitely out of our control.
My last example distinguish 3 cases:
    self.f()            # object/overloaded version
    __class__.f(self)   # decorated version
    __this_func__(self) # prime version

At 2017-03-01 09:30:56, "Matthias welp" <boekewurm at gmail.com> wrote:
>On 1 March 2017 at 01:12, 语言破碎处 <mlet_it_bew at 126.com> wrote:
>> How a function refer itself?
>>     def f():
>>         f() # fine... really???
>I understand your question as the following: "Should functions be
>allowed to point to themselves/the as of construction time unbound
>variable in the function body, as they are not yet bound to a variable
>at construction time"
>I think they should be allowed, as only when the function is executed
>the variable lookups (and therefore function lookups) should happen.
>Object.function() would have, well, interesting behaviour if you were
>to pre-insert all function calls in the code:
>  d = {'hello': 'world'}
>  def f():
>    d.keys = lambda: {}
>    print(d.keys())
>would result in "['keys']" being printed, while you explicitly said
>that the keys method on variable d has to return an empty dict.
>I hope this helps you with your question.
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