dynamic attribute syntax
castironpi at gmail.com
Sun Aug 17 21:29:30 CEST 2008
Thinking of a syntax for 'getattr' and 'setattr' dynamic access.
'obj.prop' has an easy access, but
getattr( obj, att )
is much clumsier, while no less useful, maybe more.
What are the changes, pros and cons, involved in something like:
obj:att for a dynamic access, and obj.att for static?
Snice readability is a factor, I'm open to other markings than ':'.
'$' and '?' are available, and I note that a~b, a:b, and, a!b for
identifiers 'a' and 'b' are unambiguous.
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