cannot create my own dict
bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr
Wed Sep 19 21:25:38 CEST 2007
Steve Holden a écrit :
> A.T.Hofkamp wrote:
>> So if copying all methods of a native dictionary is not enough, what
>> should I
>> do to make my class work as a dictionary WITHOUT deriving from dict
>> (which will
>> obviously work).
> You have to overwrite the "__new__" method to return an object of your
> new type.
This applies to subclasses of immutable types, but I don't see the point
here. The problem is - as Peter pointed out - that __magic__ methods are
not looked up in instances when using new-style classes.
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