Still the __new__ hell ...
bruno.42.desthuilliers at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com
Wed Mar 21 11:51:32 CET 2007
Paulo da Silva a écrit :
> Bruno Desthuilliers escreveu:
>> Paulo da Silva a écrit :
>>> class MyDate(date):
>>> def __new__(cls,year,month=None,day=None):
>>> if type(year) is str:
>> And what if it's a unicode string ?
>> The correct idiom here is:
>> if isinstance(year, basestring):
> If I do type(year) I get either int or str (may be unicode for unicode
> strings) but never anything like basestring.
It's an abstract class.
> As a relatively inexperient
> in python, how could I know that a 'string' is an instance of
By reading this newsgroup ?-)
> x=u"xxxxxx"; help(x) says this is unicode based on
> basestring but help does not "work" for x="xxxxxxxx".
> May be the python tutorial should be upgraded to include these new
> concepts. Also covering the basics of __init__/__new__ (why have both?)
It's a long story. But it's a GoodThing(tm) IMVHO.
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