typeof foo == 'undefined' ???
root at rainerdeyke.com
Sat Nov 4 00:09:13 CET 2000
"Jay Chalfant" <jchalfan at outbackinc.com> wrote in message
news:jlHM5.33$934.1098 at news.callamer.com...
> typeof foo == 'undefined'
type(foo) == 'undefined' is a valid Python expression, but it doesn't do
what you want it to do.
> and is useful in testing the existince of object member vars such as:
> if ( typeof foo.bar == 'undefined' )
> print("I don't have that!")
> Is there an equivalent test in Python?
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