colloquial names for types?
pyth at devel.trillke.net
Sun Aug 25 19:18:23 CEST 2002
Andrew Koenig wrote:
> Is there an easy way to determine the colloquial name of an object's
> type? By "colloquial name" I mean the name by which one would refer
> to it in casual conversation. For example, the colloquial type of 3
> is "int", not "<type 'int'>", and the colloquial type of a class is
> the name of the class, not including the module in which the class is
> I understand that such names can be ambiguous. However, they are
> useful for printing human-readable representations of complicated
> data structures.
I'd try using
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