Using an interable in place of *args?
daniels at dsl-only.net
Fri Nov 21 18:22:59 CET 2003
Nick Vargish wrote:
... Is there a general method for calling a function that expects *args
> with an iterable instead (tuple or, even better, a list)? I can see
> how I could do something funky with exec, but I'd like to avoid that
> if possible.
I'm unsure of what you mean; if you explain why this doesn't solve
your problem, we'll go from there?:
I suspect you want something that can be used in the following way:
obj = dstruct(...)
To put a little meat in, I'll have pack simply print its args:
def pack(self, *args):
for element in args:
This works, now what is unlike what you want?
-Scott David Daniels
Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org
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