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Fri Apr 27 22:35:49 CEST 2007
Simon Berube wrote:
> When you call certain objects __repr__() strings in python you
> often get the : <Object at Memory Address> happen. I am simply
> trying to understand how that information can be used to recreate
> a certain object that failed as per the given purpose of the
> __repr__() functions.
It cannot. The string returned by repr is supposed to be unique. In
C Python, it just happens to be the object's memory address that's
used to make this string unique.
> In short, how do I used <Object at Memory Address> strings to
> recreate a an object.
Not at all :) Objects that can't be recreated using their __repr__
information just provide an unique identifier string if you call
repr on them, no more and no less.
BOFH excuse #202:
kernel panic: write-only-memory (/dev/wom0) capacity exceeded.
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