steve at holdenweb.com
Tue Apr 3 18:11:45 CEST 2007
Paulo da Silva wrote:
> Steven Bethard escreveu:
>> Paulo da Silva wrote:
>> If you're at the module level, you can do::
>> globals()['x'] = 10
>> If you're inside a function, you probably want to look for another way
>> of doing what you're doing.
>> What's the actual task you're trying to accomplish here?
> None. I asked just for curiosity. My problem has to do with the normal
> case of a class or class instance. When I saw setattr/getattr as the way
> to solve my problem I just felt curiosity on if and how it could be done
> outside a class.
> Thank you very much for your response.
You don't need setattr/getattr if you know in advance the name of the
attribute you need to access and you can get a reference to the object
whose attribute it is. So:
>>> import sys
>>> x = "Hello, Paulo"
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