Quick Correction

Andrew Murray mr.murray at mindspring.com
Tue Sep 4 06:04:52 CEST 2001


Grrrr....
Please read:
    dataMembers = append(myOtherClass("hello from # " + str(i))
As:
    dataMembers.append(myOtherClass("hello from # " + str(i))
"Andrew Murray" <mr.murray at mindspring.com> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> I'm looking into writing some types in C for use in a Python program
> I'm working on. I've been reading and it looks really easy (especially
> with SWIG) to create a simple type in C for use in python, but does
anybody
> know
> how (or can point me to a good reasource on how) to create a type in C
> whose data members would be other types written in C? For instance, if I
> wanted to recreate this (ficticious) type:
>
> Class myClass():
>     dataMembers = []
>     def __init__(self, integer_input):
>         i=0
>         while(i < integer_input):
>             dataMembers = append(myOtherClass("hello from # " + str(i))
>     def printMessages(self):
>         for member in self.dataMembers:
>             member.printMessage()
>
> Class myOtherClass():
>     message = ''
>     def __init__(self, string_input):
>         self.message = string_input
>     def printMessage(self):
>         print self.message
>
> I hope this example is clear... Please advise
>
> Thanks,
>
> Andrew Murray
>
>





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