is this data structure build-in or I'll have to write my own class?
jorge.vargas at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 14:32:34 CET 2008
2008/2/20 Jarek Zgoda <jzgoda at o2.usun.pl>:
> Jorge Vargas napisał(a):
> > - attribute access (or index)
> > - maintain the order (for iter and print)
> > - be mutable.
> These are all attributes of standard Python lists.
probably I confused you with the "or index" part. I want to be able to
do item.value1 or item['value1'] the list can't do this.
> > in case there isn't one. I was thinking having a base class like Bunch
> > http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/52308 and on
> > top of that keeping a list of the keys and pop/push to the list when
> > adding/deleting items. I don't like this idea because I'll have to
> > keep each key twice. (in the list and in __dict__, is this the only
> > way of doing it?
> What is your objective? From the description of this recipe I cann't get
> your use case.
I got an xml object which feed me in data. in a simple format
I want to turn this into a datastructure I can manipulate in my
program for example.
>>> print myItem.property1
>>> if myItem.property1[value1] > 0:
>>> print myItem
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