<build-in function> incompatible with <function>

gmane emile at fenx.com
Mon Jan 30 20:13:32 EST 2006

"Luke" <luke at deller.id.au> wrote in message 
news:1138669047.694626.283940 at g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Built-in functions don't bind to classes like regular functions.  Is
> this intended?  (I do notice that the Python Reference Manual sec 3.2
> under "Class Instance" refers to a "user-defined function").  Any ideas
> what the reason is for this distinction between build-in functions and
> normal functions?

no, but does this help...

>>> class Test:
...     c = classmethod(abs)
>>> obj = Test()
>>> obj.c
<bound method classobj.abs of <class __main__.Test at 0x00B2C060>>


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