who to call a list of method inside the class itself
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Wed Aug 20 08:14:00 CEST 2008
En Tue, 19 Aug 2008 11:18:00 -0300, <maduma at pt.lu> escribi�:
> Is the following code is ok. who to call all method.
> It is working but the call to m() without a reference to self seems
Ok, so you already know it works - and you want to know why!
> class CustomMethod:
> def method1(self):
> def method2(self):
> def method3(self):
> def getAllMethod(self):
> return [self.method1, self.method2, self.method3]
> def applyAll(self):
> for m in self.getAllMethod():
> # how to call all methods ?
> # is it correct
When you write self.method1, you get a "bound method" - it already knows
the instance on which it is called (self, in this case).
When you write CustomMethod.method1, you get an "unbound method" - it is
not bound to any particular instance; you must provide the instance
yourself when calling it.
See "User-defined methods" in http://docs.python.org/ref/types.html - if
you really want to know how this works, read about new-style classes and
the descriptor protocol at http://www.python.org/doc/newstyle/
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