properties access by name

Дмитрий Гордеев netimen at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 21:15:52 CEST 2008


Thanks! that works now!
On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 9:11 PM, Chris Rebert <clp at rebertia.com> wrote:

> Since rwproperty appears to use descriptors just like regular
> property(), you'd do it the same way as for any normal attribute,
> namely:
>
> #for reading
> print foo.y
> #is the same as
> print getattr(foo, "y")
>
> #for writing
> foo.x = 1
> #is the same as
> setattr(foo, "x", 1)
>
>
> Cheers,
> Chris
> --
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>
> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Митя <netimen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I use rwproperty (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/rwproperty/1.0) and so I
> > have properties in my class. Also I have a list of names of properties
> > wich I am to set. How can I access my properties by name in such way
> > that when I want to set a property, setter will be called, and and
> > when I want to read it - getter?
> >
> > I have something like this:
> >
> > class Film(object):
> >    def __init__(self, title):
> >        self.__title = title
> >
> >    @getproperty
> >    def title(self):
> >        return self.__title
> >    @setproperty
> >    def title(self, value):
> >        self.__title = value
> >
> > properties_to_set = ['title']
> > f = Film('aaa')
> >
> > I d want to have sth like:
> > f(properties_to_set[0]) = 'bbb'
> >
> > If title was a simple variable I could write:
> > f.__dict__[properties_to_set[0]] = 'bbb'
> >
> > now I can write:
> > f.__dict__['_Film__' + properties_to_set[0]] = 'bbb'
> >
> > but I want to set my property through the provided setter. How can I
> > do this?
> >
> > P.S. Sorry for my english
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> >
>
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