tattoom at tattoom at
Mon Nov 6 15:05:00 CET 2000

Hello,Please excuse my ignorance...Python does provide a built-in function to
check for the existence of an object's attribute:  hasattr(object, name)What
puzzles me to no end, is the fact one straight (IMHO) corollary to the above
functionality doesn't seem to exist (at least I can't find it :-).Namely, the
possibility to access an instance's attribute in a 'parameterized' (is that a
correct word?) way..e.g. Assume that Foo is an instance of some
class:theAttribute = 'fubar'if hasattr(Foo, theAttribute):  fubar =
Foo.[theAttribute]# Where Foo.[theAttribute] would yield Foo.fubarYou get my
point. Is there a way in Python (as elegant and straightforward as this one)
to achieve the above?If not, I'd be interested in seeing suggestions on how
to implement it.Many TIA= tmk =

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