Trouble sorting a list of objects by attributes
bthayre at physics.ucsd.edu
Fri Feb 6 23:34:35 CET 2009
On Feb 6, 2:20 pm, Robocop <btha... at physics.ucsd.edu> wrote:
> On Feb 6, 2:17 pm, Robocop <btha... at physics.ucsd.edu> wrote:
> > On Feb 6, 1:03 pm, bearophileH... at lycos.com wrote:
> > > Robocop:
> > > >then within each department block of the list, have it organized by projects.<
> > > I don't know what does it means.
> > > > timesheets.sort(key=operator.attrgetter('string'))
> > > Try something like:
> > > timesheets.sort(key=attrgetter("department", "engagement", "date",
> > > "stare_hour"))
> > > > My brain might explode if i continue.
> > > Relax.
> > > Bye,
> > > bearophile
> > UH OH GUYS!
> > line 110, in sorter
> > timesheets.sort(key=attrgetter("department", "engagement",
> > "date","start"))
> > TypeError: attrgetter expected 1 arguments, got 4
> I think there may have been a misunderstanding. I was already using
> attrgetter, my problem is that it doesn't appear to be sorting by the
> argument i give it. How does sort work with strings? How about with
> datetime.time or datetime.date?
> So far i can get it sorting strictly by the datetime objects, but i
> need all of this sorting done within the constraints imposed by doing
> sorts via department and engagements.
> Any ideas?
I'm stuck with python 2.4 right now:(
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