Bug or wart? You make the call.
mwh at python.net
Mon Mar 10 13:06:48 CET 2003
Thomas Wouters <thomas at xs4all.net> writes:
> It doesn't have an official rationale, but it's easily
> considered. Python is a very dynamic language. An instance's
> __class__ and a class's __bases__ can be dynamically changed. It is
> part of how Python Works.
Apropos of not much, I was faintly surprised this didn't raise an
/>> class C(object):
|.. def m(self, x):
|.. print x
/>> class D(object):
->> o = C()
->> m = o.m
->> o.__class__ = D
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been going round telling people that you're Zaphod
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