Pierre Barbier de Reuille
pierre.barbier at cirad.fr
Thu Nov 25 11:44:18 CET 2004
Peter Maas a écrit :
> Sebastien Boisgerault schrieb:
>> I wonder if the following quotation from the Python Reference Manual
>> (release 2.3.3) about operator overloading is true :
>> "For example, if a class defines a method named __getitem__(), and x
>> an instance of this class, then x[i] is equivalent to
>>>>> from Numeric import *
>>>>> a = array([0.5])
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
>> AttributeError: __getitem__
> The quotation above is true. Short form:
> IF __getitem__ in dict THEN  works.
That's not true !!! I's true only for classes defined in Python. If you
try to define a class in C, defining the __getitem__ method does not
lead to the existence of "". But when you define "" it creates the
"__getitem__" method. This is part of the reason why you cannot dervie
from two types if they derives from different classes written in another
language and imported in Python (just try to create a class deriving
from list and dict ...).
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