jacek.generowicz at cern.ch
Thu Jul 8 16:01:08 CEST 2004
Python's closures are read-only. But is there a way of hacking one's
way around this restriction?
The funct_closure attribute is read-only, so I can't rebind it. It's a
tuple, so I can't mutate it. Even if I could, I can't instantiate cell
ojects. The cell objects don't seem to have any interesting attributes
that one might use to mutate the contents.
Looks hopeless, but maybe someone knows better.
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