Get the class name
robert.kern at gmail.com
Sun Jun 7 20:59:12 EDT 2009
On 2009-06-07 15:41, Tuomas Vesterinen wrote:
> Kless wrote:
>> Is there any way of to get the class name to avoid to have that write
>> class Foo:
>> super(Foo, self)
>> * Using Py 2.6.2
> >>> class Foo(object):
> ... def cls(self):
> ... return self.__class__
> >>> Foo().cls()
> <class '__main__.Foo'>
You definitely don't want to use that for super(). If you actually have an
instance of a subclass of Foo, you will be giving the wrong information.
Basically, there is no (sane) way to do what the OP wants. If there were, that
information would not be necessary to give to super().
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an underlying truth."
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