Adding method at runtime - problem with self

Schüle Daniel uval at rz.uni-karlsruhe.de
Mon Mar 6 02:13:53 CET 2006


marek.rocki at wp.pl wrote:
> First of all, please don't flame me immediately. I did browse archives
> and didn't see any solution to my problem.
> 
> Assume I want to add a method to an object at runtime. Yes, to an
> object, not a class - because changing a class would have global
> effects and I want to alter a particular object only. The following
> approach fails:
> 
> class kla:
>     x = 1
> 
> def foo(self):
>     print self.x
> 
> k = kla()
> k.foo = foo
> k.foo()
> 
> I know where the problem is. The method shouldn't have 'self'
> parameter. But how do I access object's attributes without it?
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Marek
> 

k.foo(k)
would work




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