name space problem
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Wed Oct 24 04:34:38 CEST 2007
On Oct 23, 4:20 pm, marek.ro... at wp.pl wrote:
> Hello. Indeed the doStuff function in the doStuff module can't do 'a.b
> = 0' (the double dot was just a typo, right?)
> because it doesn't know anything about an object named a.
I was trying to understand why it worked when written in, but not when
> I think the right solution would be not to use 'a' as a global
> variable, but rather to pass it as an explicit parameter to the
Does doing this make a copy of a?
> In module doStuff:
> def doStuff(a):
> # some calcs
> a.b = 0
> In the main module:
> import doStuff
> # ...
In my real ap a is quite large...
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