type = "instance" instead of "dict"

Mel Wilson mwilson-to at sympatico.ca
Wed Mar 1 02:07:51 CET 2006

James Stroud wrote:
> Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>> James Stroud wrote:
>>> Perhaps you did not know that you can inheret directly from dict, which
>>> is the same as {}. For instance:
>>> class Dict({}):
>>>   pass
> I must have been hallucinating. I swear I did this before and it worked 
> just like class Dict(dict). Since it doesn't read as well, I've never 
> used it.

class D (type({})):
     '''This derivative of dictionary works.'''

Could that have been it?


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