Object Reference question

josef josefg at gmail.com
Sat Aug 29 00:25:13 CEST 2009

On Aug 27, 1:35 pm, Ethan Furman <et... at stoneleaf.us> wrote:
> josef wrote:
> > Thanks to everyone who responded.
> > I will be going with some sort of a = MyClass(name = 'a') format. It's
> > the Python way.
> > For me, it was very hard to accept that EVERYTHING is an object
> > reference. And that there are no object reference names, just string
> > entries in dictionaries. But I think it all makes sense now.
> > Thanks again,
> > Josef
> My apologies if I missed it, but what *exactly* are you planning on
> doing with your 'name' attribute?  From the posts I've seen so far, I
> think you are only setting yourself up for failure.
> ~Ethan~

I'm going to use it for printing purposes. dk = MyClass(name='dk')
When I need a name dk.name. There will only ever be one dk defined.

Does that read like I'm setting myself up for failure?

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