Calling a function or method by name

Eric Brunel eric.brunel at pragmadev.com
Wed Jan 23 17:14:47 CET 2002


> I want to use a dict. The keys will be the value of the key being pressed.
> The values will be the name of the function to call.

Why don't you directly store the methods themselves instead of their names? 
Then, you'll just have to do:
dict[key]()

 - eric -



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