Getting method name from within the class method

Mitko Haralanov mitko at qlogic.com
Wed Oct 18 23:59:26 CEST 2006


On 18 Oct 2006 14:38:12 -0700
yellowalienbaby at gmail.com wrote:

> >>> class test(object):  
> ...  def a_method(self,this,that):
> ...   print self.a_method.__name__

Doing the above will obviously work!

However, I don't want to have to use the name of the function in the
print statement (the ".a_method." part). Imagine having about 100 of
the above print statements in the function and then you change the name
of the function. I want all 100 of the print statements to work without
having to change every one of them to reflect the new function name.

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Mitko Haralanov					 mitko at qlogic.com
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System Interconnect Group		    http://www.qlogic.com




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