Store variable name in another variable
claird at lairds.us
Thu Apr 26 16:53:05 CEST 2007
In article <f0q89v$uge$1 at news2.u-psud.fr>,
Laurent Pointal <laurent.pointal at limsi.fr> wrote:
>loial a écrit :
>> I need to store a list of variable names in a dictionary or list. I
>> then later need to retrieve the names of the variables and get the
>> values from the named variables. The named variables will already have
>> been created and given a value.
>"Named variables will already have been created"... in what namespace ?
>Store a list of names -> dict/list (see tutorial)
admin, I want to be sure you understand the advice you've been given.
Yes, it is possible to "double dereference" through named variables;
HOWEVER, it is essentially *never* advantageous to do so in application
programming with Python (nor is it in Perl and PHP, despite what many
senior people there teach). Use a dictionary, perhaps one with
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