Collections of non-arbitrary objects ?

Larry Bates larry.bates at websafe.com
Thu Jun 21 20:52:29 CEST 2007


walterbyrd wrote:
> Python seems to have a log of ways to do  collections of arbitrary
> objects: lists, tuples, dictionaries. But what if I want a collection
> of non-arbitrary objects? A list of records, or something like that?
> 
Code the record as an object (class) and place instances of those objects inside
a list or dictionary (depending on access required).  Or if you don't want to do
much with the records just put each instance of a record (normally a record is
implemented as a tuple at least thats how SQL databases return rows) inside a
list or a dictionary (again depending on access required).

-Larry



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