passing global data to a function

Hans Nowak hans at zephyrfalcon.org
Mon Dec 1 18:28:22 CET 2003


beliavsky at aol.com wrote:
> How can I pass global data to function stored in a separate file? 
> For example, in file "funk.py" is the code 
> 
> ipow = 2
> def xpow(xx): return xx**ipow
> 
> and in "xfunk.py" is the code
> 
> from funk import xpow,ipow
> xx = 4.0
> print xpow(xx)
> ipow = 3
> print xpow(xx)

Try:

import funk

xx = 4.0
print funk.xpow(xx)
funk.ipow = 3
print funk.xpow(xx)

Of course, there might be a better way to do this than with globals... a class 
comes to mind as one possible alternative.

HTH,

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Hans (hans at zephyrfalcon.org)
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