Strongly typed list

Fabio Zadrozny fabiofz at
Mon Aug 17 23:13:10 CEST 2009

> Hello, I am using eclips for python and i am facing a problem. I have
> many classes with many properties and want a list of objects from one
> of my declared classes. The problem is:When i am accessing any item
> from the list, the IDE does not know it's type because in python we do
> not declare the variable with it's type, so there is no auto complete
> and i have to go to the class to copy the attribute name. To make idea
> more clear:
> class AutomataBranch(object):
>    def __init__(selfparams):
>        self.Name="";
>        self.nodes=[];
> class LanguageAutomata(object):
>    def __init__(selfparams):
>        self.cfgAutomata=[];#This has AutomaBranch Type
> Now in any method in LanguageAutomata class if i wrote: cfgAutomata.
> Then it wont give me the Name attribute Is there any solution for
> that?
> Perhaps of there is some thing like C# List<AutomataBranch>
> cfgAutomata such that the list wont accept items unless they are
> AutomataBranch will be good.


Unfortunately, right now there is no way to gather that specific code
completion in pydev -- because of the dynamic nature of python, that
info is very hard to get.

Best Regards,


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