call function of class instance with no assigned name?
pavlovevidence at gmail.com
Thu May 7 00:07:42 CEST 2009
On May 5, 12:17 pm, George Oliver <georgeolive... at gmail.com> wrote:
> A handler would be something like a key input handler. The key input
> handler is defined separately from the command handler in the case I
> want to use a different method of input, for example a mouse or
> In the dictionary of key inputs I could map each input directly to a
> function. However there is no instance name I can call the function
> on, as I create a thing, add a brain, and add handlers to the brain
> like this:
What instance do you want to call the functions on? This is the part
that confuses me.
> player = Thing(26, 16, 'player')
> player.brain = Brain()
> commandHandler(player.brain, player),
> So what I'm wondering is how to reference the instance in each brain's
> list of handlers when I want to map something like a key input to a
> command, or what a better way might be to structure the code.
I'm going to guess that you want the keyboardHandler to call method of
commandHandler. There's no reason for commandHandler to be a handler
at all then: keyboardHandler is already handling it.
So here is how I would change it:
player = Thing(26,16,'player')
player.brain = Brain()
responder = commandResponder(player.brain,player)
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