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Fri Apr 17 16:50:33 CEST 2009
On Apr 17, 5:23 pm, Scott David Daniels <Scott.Dani... at Acm.Org> wrote:
> Marco Mariani wrote:
> > Piet van Oostrum wrote:
> >> funclist = [func01, func02, func03, ... ]
> >> for i in range(1,n):
> >> funclist[i]()
> >> Or myscript.funclist[i]() from another module.
> > Ehm, calling a bazillion things in the right order should be a
> > responsibility of the myscript module anyway.
> For example, you could do it like:
> funclist = 
> def _included(function):
> return function
> def func01():
> def func02():
> def call_all():
> for function in funclist:
> --Scott David Daniels
> Scott.Dani... at Acm.Org
This code does the same as '__all__' should, but anyway it's
the ugly way, because you have to edit '__all__' every time
you add/remove new functions to your module and if '__all__'
is absent your code won't work.
As for me the best solution is to use 'dir()':
for func in dir(myscript):
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