__getattr__ and __setattr__ troubles

Courageous jkraska1 at san.rr.com
Wed May 24 13:25:35 EDT 2000

> Thanks! That was the solution. I'm still a bit surprised that
> __getattr__ was actually called for __cmp__, but there are logical
> reasons for that, I'm sure.

I think attributes and methods are somewhat born equal in python
is the deal. For example, when implementing python objects in C,
gettattr is what is used to find a method. This is what allows you
to add methods on the fly, for example. Full dynamicity, mon.


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