PyObject_CallFunction with keywords?
rcook at llnl.gov
Wed Apr 2 06:05:17 CEST 2003
Never mind, duh:
PyEval_CallObjectWithKeywords seems like it may do the trick. :-)
At 6:39 PM -0800 4/1/03, Richard Cook wrote:
>Is it possible to pass keywords to a function with PyObject_CallObject()?
>I am using an embedded Python interpreter in our C program to
>execute a method from a Python module (pexpect, to be exact). At a
>certain point, I wish to do the equivalent of the following Python
>code in my C code:
>result = obj.expect("hello", timeout=50);
>So I have a PyObject *f which points to obj.expect, and a PyObject
>*s which is a list containing the string "hello". I figure I have
>PyObject_CallObject(f, s, k)
>where k is the timeout parameter, but this does not match the param
>list for PyObject_CallObject().
>My question is, how can I pass keyword parameters such as the
>timeout parameter in my example to a function which accepts them?
>The documentation for PyObject_CallObject says it is equivalent to
>apply(o, args), but says nothing about the actual apply syntax:
>apply(o, args, keywords)
>where keywords is a dictionary.
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Bldg-451 Rm-2043, Mail Stop L-561
7000 East Avenue, Livermore, CA, 94550, USA
phone (925) 423-9605 (work) fax (925) 423-8704
Information Management & Graphics Grp., Services & Development Div.,
Integrated Computing & Communications Dept.
(opinions expressed herein are mine and not those of LLNL)
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