assigning to nested variables
john.thingstad at chello.no
Thu Nov 22 19:17:50 CET 2001
I tried to create the followin callback function in Python 2.1
from __future__ import nested_scopes
def ask(self, pattern):
Ask if query sentence is true; return 0 otherwise 1."""
cPattern = self.convertClause(pattern)
found = 0
def match(bindings): global found; found = 1; return 1
The ide was to assign 1 to found if the match callback function was called.
However, found = 1 creates a new local variable found and ask's found variable remains zero.
Is there a way to assign 1 to ask's found?
I read the documantation but found no refrerence to this.
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