mis6 at pitt.edu
Fri Jan 17 23:16:17 CET 2003
I am doing the following:
>>> class B(object): a='attribute B.a'
>>> class C(B): a='attribute C.a'
>>> setattr(parent,'a',"I have changed 'a' in the parent of C")
"I have changed 'a' in the parent of C"
It works, but I wonder if there is a better way to do that.
I thought this was a job for 'super', but
setattr(super(C),'a',"I have changed 'a' in the parent of C")
doesn't work. It seems that super doesn't give the superclass, but a
"super object" that I don't find in the documentation. How do I extract
the parent class from the super object ? Or maybe the .mro() trick
is the right way to go, after all ?
Also, how do I access the grandfather class ? With the .mro() it is
obviously .mro(), but with super I don't now if I can chain
two super or not.
Michele Simionato - Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
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