Partial Function Application and implicit self problem

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Thu Mar 27 12:38:24 CET 2008


On Mar 27, 6:05 am, Bruno Desthuilliers <bruno.
42.desthuilli... at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com> wrote:
> Gabriel Rossetti a écrit :
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> > Bruno Desthuilliers wrote:
> >> Gabriel Rossetti a écrit :
> (snip)
> >>>   registerServiceAtomic = partial(__registerService, True)
> >>> registerServiceNonAtomic = partial(__registerService, False)
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> >>> I should pass self when applying partial, but then I can't do that
> >>> since self is not available there. Does anyone have any ideas?
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> >> registerServiceAtomic = partial(__registerService, atomic=True)
> >> registerServiceNonAtomic = partial(__registerService, atomic=False)
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> >> Caveat: you'll have to either invert the order of the atomic and
> >> service params, or call the partials with named arg for service.
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> > Ok, thanks, I didn't know you could do that, I though partial was always
> > left to right
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> It's left to right for positional arguments. Using named arguments, you
> can pass them in whatever order.
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> > (I had read that about curry)
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> Which 'curry' ?-)

I think 'prefix' should go in there.  Can you try: partial( G.f, a, b )
( self= obj )?  (If that's too brief let me know.)



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