__getattr__ and __setattr__ troubles
boud at rempt.xs4all.nl
Wed May 24 12:03:22 EDT 2000
Adam Ruth <aruth at intercation.com> wrote:
> Here's your problem:
>> def setFieldValue(self, field, value):
>> print "Call: setFieldValue", field, value
>> if self._tblDef.has_key(field):
> Since _tblDef doesn't have a "field3", then field3 will be set in
> the __dict__, not in the _fields as you might expect.
No, I _did_ expect field3 to turn up in__dict__ - that's where I
want it since it isn't in the table defintion.
> The __str__ and __coerce__, etc, will all be sent to
> __getattr__ because they are *not* defined in the
> class. If they were, then __getattr__ would never be
Ah, that's it.
Boudewijn Rempt | http://www.valdyas.org
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