What is the command to determine an object's type?
mdk at mdk.com
Tue Feb 5 16:33:30 EST 2002
"Mark McEahern" <marklists at mceahern.com> wrote in message
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> > MDK wrote:
> > How can I tell if an object is a string, a list, or a dictionary in a
> > program using if and ifelse so that I can perform a differnent action
> > depending on the object's type?
> I posted code that will do the trick and then realized, I should probably
> add this...
> It goes without saying, of course, that you may want to investigate the
> Strategy design pattern. Eliminating that sort of conditional type
> is Strategy's strong suit.
> // mark
The code that you posted made perfect sense; thanks for that. However, I am
not clear about what you are talking about in regards to "...the Strategy
I would like to investigate it but I do not know what it is I am
investigating. Can you clarify a little more for me?
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