can a class intantiate itself to None?
tjg at exceptionalminds.com
Fri Mar 16 20:22:11 CET 2001
I'd like to create a class that can instantiate itself to None
when instantiation fails...
def __init__(self, bar):
if type(bar) == StringType:
self.data = 'This is a String'
x = foo('a')
y = foo(1) # In this instance I would like y to be None
So, can it be done, or do I need to raise an exception, catch
it and then set y to None?
Timothy Grant tjg at exceptionalminds.com
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