object knows which object called it?

afriere at yahoo.co.uk afriere at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Apr 8 03:16:07 CEST 2009

On Apr 7, 2:53 am, "R. David Murray" <rdmur... at bitdance.com> wrote:

> I think the OO way to do this is to provide a method on A that does the
> right thing:
>     def Bfoo_func(self):
>         self.B.foo_func(self)
> Or maybe you could look at generic methods, which provide a way
> to do multiple dispatch.

Which dispatch would itself be using methods to pass 'self' to the
receiving object.  Yes this would seem to be the obvious way to
establish two-way communication between objects.  I would be so bold
as to suggest that if the design the OP has adopted is not amenable to
this straightfoward approach, the design needs to be reassessed.

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