Extracting attributes from modules

Carsten Geckeler nospam at no.spam
Thu Dec 21 02:03:27 CET 2000


On Thu, 21 Dec 2000, Carsten Geckeler wrote:
[snip]
> 
> Their probably not hidden, but mySphere is "only" an instance, so there
> may be attributes or methods of the class or the base classes.  These
> attributes don't show up with the dir() command.  Try the following:
> 
> print dir(mySphere)
> print dir(mySphere.__class__)
> for bc in mySphere.__class__.__bases__:
> 	print dir(bc)

Forgot something:  There is a possibility that there are attributes not
listed in any of the above, then their lookup is done by the __getattr__
method.  In this case you have to take a look in the source (module, etc.)
or try to get a proper documentation.

Cheers, Carsten
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