Problem with getting an option value
larry.bates at websafe.com
Tue Apr 10 17:24:17 CEST 2007
Lucas Malor wrote:
> Peter Otten wrote:
>> Lucas Malor wrote:
>>> The problem is options is an instance, so options."delete", for example,
>>> is wrong; I should pass options.delete . How can I do?
>> Use getattr():
> Thank you. Do you know also if I can do a similar operation with functions? I want to select with a string a certain get() function of ConfigParser:
> if type == "int" :
> funcname = "getint"
> elif type == "bool" :
> funcname = "getboolean"
> How can I invoke the funcion with its name in a string?
> PS: your answers had not arrived to my mail account. Is because I'm using a disposal address? Or simply it's because I'm not registered to the list?
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Use a dispatch dictionary:
then call it:
Note: You should NOT use type as a variable name because it will shadow
the built-in type function.
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