dynamic call of a function
prakis at gmail.com
Sat Jan 22 06:40:57 EST 2005
Hi Luigi Ballabio,
Thankyou very much for your reply,
it worked well.
Luigi Ballabio wrote:
> At 10:37 AM 10/19/01 +0200, anthony harel wrote:
> >Is it possible to make dynamic call of a function whith python ?
> >I have got a string that contains the name of the function I
> >want to call but I don't want to do something like this :
> >if ch == "foo" :
> > self.foo( )
> >elif ch == "bar"
> > self.bar( )
> here are two ways to do it---I don't know which is the best,
> whether the best is yet another. Also, you might want to put in some
> class Test:
> def foo(self):
> print 'Norm!'
> def bar(self):
> print 'Dum-de-dum'
> def dynCall1(self,methodName):
> eval('self.%s()' % methodName)
> def dynCall2(self,methodName):
> method = vars(self.__class__)[methodName]
> >>> t = Test()
> >>> t.dynCall1('foo')
> >>> t.dynCall2('bar')
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