Creating class instances on the fly
dan at cgsoftware.com
Mon Mar 13 01:07:40 CET 2000
gonzo at vex.net (Anthony DeLorenzo) writes:
Check out the new module, it does what you want.
Alternatively, you should be able to do this with exec, like so:
Python 1.5.2 (#5, Mar 12 2000, 18:58:56) [GCC 2.95.2 19991024 (release)] on freebsd4
Copyright 1991-1995 Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam
>>> class Course:
['Course', '__builtins__', '__doc__', '__name__', 'phys101', 'value']
>>> print type(phys101)
>>> print phys101
<__main__.Course instance at 80fed00>
> I'm doing some XML parsing, andI'd like to be able to add the values
> to class instances. Is there any way to create an instance of a class
> with a dynamically assigned name?
> class Course:
> value = 'phys101'
> For example.... How could I do the equivalent of this?
> phys101 = Course()
> for each course name, withhout knowing them ahead of time?
> If this isn't possible, is there a way to create instances anonymously,
> perhaps make a list of instance objects or something?
> # Anthony DeLorenzo <drgonzo at canada.com>
> # http://www.vex.net/~gonzo/
> # mojo wire: 209-391-8932
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