looking at function prototypes

Angus MacKay amackay at starvision.com
Sat Jun 19 01:19:21 CEST 1999


how can one look at a function prototype in python?

the interpreter will tell you the number but what
about the type?

I am using fnorb for some CORBA stuff and would like
to know what types are expected in the methods.

I do realize that this might be impossible as function
arguments are not typed. it so then anyone know how
to get "fnidl" to generate doc strings with the prototype
in it?

cheers, Angus.




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