How do I call anonymous classes from imported modules?

JoeSox joesox at gmail.com
Mon Aug 20 05:00:07 CEST 2007


I am importing 3rd party modules via a plugin script. I wish to
iterate thru the modules and call a common method like .do_foobar() or
something with all the imports.
But I can't figure out how to do something like below without knowing
the class name before hand.  Is there a builtin that helps call
classes anonymously?


(Calling example.do_foobar() works because I manually enter the classes' name)
>>> a=MyApp()
>>> sensorsList = []
>>> for snames in a.pluginsDict["sensorsplugins"]:
		sensorsList.append(__import__(snames))
>>> sensorsList[0].example.do_foobar()

but I need something like
>>> sensorsList[0][0].do_foobar()
because I will not know the plugin class names.

-- 
Later, Joe



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