I give up... was: A = X > Y ? X : Y
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Wed Feb 16 22:40:16 CET 2000
Michal Wallace <sabren at manifestation.com> wrote:
> Fredrik Lundh wrote in message ...
> >the problem here is that you'll evaluate the
> >expression in the function's own namespace,
> >not the callers.
> >(you can use trickery or guile to get around
> >that, but I won't post that solution...)
> Okay, I give up... How do you:
> a) know what the caller's namespace even IS
> b) evaluate something in that namespace?
frame = sys.exc_traceback.tb_frame.f_back
return eval(s, frame.f_globals, frame.f_locals)
> Wouldn't that be useful in general for
> experimenting with language enhancements,
> even if the code were a little hairy?
sure. if you know what you're doing ;-)
a = "it "
b = "works!"
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