Roy S. Rapoport
googlenews at ols.inorganic.org
Tue Jun 24 12:47:31 CEST 2003
p-abel at t-online.de (Peter Abel) wrote in message news:<13a533e8.0306231308.5e367f5 at posting.google.com>...
> > y = eval("x.%s()" % what)
> So the above eval-statement tries to call demo.onec(), which results in
> your error below.
> Instead of this you should try:
> **y = eval("x.%s.%s()" % (what,what) )**
Alrighty, then. Now we're cooking with gas, and this does in fact
I'm not sure I have a very strong understanding yet of why it works
(whereas the original didn't), but I'm hoping this:
> Reading http://www.python.org/doc/essays/packages.html could
will in fact clarify things.
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