Get actual call signature?
george.sakkis at gmail.com
Wed Mar 19 06:26:40 CET 2008
On Mar 18, 4:24 pm, George Sakkis <george.sak... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 18, 6:40 am, Jarek Zgoda <jzg... at o2.usun.pl> wrote:
> > Say, I have a function defined as:
> > def fun(arg_one, arg_two='x', arg_three=None):
> > pass
> > Is there any way to get actual arguments that will be effectively used
> > when I call this function in various ways, like:
> > fun(5) => [5, 'x', None]
> > fun(5, arg_three=['a', 'b']) => [5, 'x', ['a', 'b']]
> > fun(5, 'something') => [5, 'something', None]
> > (et caetera, using all possible mixes of positional, keyword and default
> > arguments)
> > I'd like to wrap function definition with a decorator that intercepts
> > not only passed arguments, but also defaults that will be actually used
> > in execution.
> > If this sounds not feasible (or is simply impossible), I'll happily
> > throw this idea and look for another one. ;)
> I also needed this for a typecheck module I had written some time ago.
> It is feasible, but it's rather hairy. I can dig up the code, polish
> it and post it as a recipe (or maybe as a patch to the inspect stdlib
> module where it belongs).
Posted at http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/551779.
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