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Thu Jun 9 10:00:04 CEST 2005
Fernando Perez wrote:
> Yes, I knew of the new.function() approach, but the problem is that I don't know
> how to make a fresh closure for it. I can reuse the closure from a different
> function, but the docs don't say how to make a valid closure tuple.
>>> def makeclosure(x):
... def _f():
... return _f.func_closure
(<cell at 0x4613bc: int object at 0x4a3e4c>,)
OK, that's kind of limited. God only knows what happens when there is
more than one variable, although you could add extra levels of hackery
to do with that.
> Many thanks though, I'll probably end up using a less dirty hack :)
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