user variables

Michele Simionato mis6 at pitt.edu
Wed Jun 25 14:52:45 CEST 2003


user at domain.invalid wrote in message news:<3EF81F8C.9070103 at domain.invalid>...
> Sorry this must be really trivial, but I am new to Python...
> suppose I defined
> a=5
> b=7
> c=9
> 
> is there a command like
> 
> usr_vars()
> 
> which would show
> 
> a=5
> b=7
> c=9
> 
> ????
> 
> I tried globals(), locals() and vars(), but they all mix my user-defined 
> variables with system ones... clues? ideas?
> 
> thanks in advance,
> 
> Pier

Dunno if there is a better way, but brute force works:

systemvars=globals().copy()
systemvars['systemvars']=systemvars
systemvars['_[1]']=None # comment this and you will discover something 
a=5
b=7
c=9
uservars=dict([slot for slot in globals().items()
               if not slot[0] in systemvars])
print uservars
# => {'a': 5, 'c': 9, 'b': 7}

HTH,

           Michele




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