Adding bound methods dynamically... CORRECTED

bruno modulix onurb at xiludom.gro
Wed Aug 31 11:04:56 CEST 2005


Devan L wrote:
> Kevin Little wrote:
> 
>>I want to dynamically add or replace bound methods in a class.  

(snip)

> I'm not an expert, but why do you need to dynamically add or replace
> bound methods?

To modify the behaviour at runtime ?-)

There are a lot of idioms/patterns in dynamic languages that seems
somewhat alien at first, then become an obvious solution. When I
discovered first-class functions and anonymous functions with Python
some years ago, I wondered what could be the use of such things. Now I
couldn't live without...

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