implicit variable declaration and access

Tom Anderson twic at
Mon Jun 13 20:56:19 CEST 2005

On Mon, 13 Jun 2005, Ali Razavi wrote:

> Is there any reflective facility in python that I can use to define a 
> variable with a name stored in another variable ?
> like I have :
> x = "myVarName"
> what can I do to declare a new variable with the name of the string 
> stored in x. And how can I access that implicitly later ?

Are you absolutely sure you want to do this?


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