Creating a local variable scope.
marko.loparic at gmail.com
Sun Nov 29 22:12:13 CET 2009
On 18 Sep, 10:36, "markol... at gmail.com" <markol... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 11, 7:36 pm, Johan Grönqvist <johan.gronqv... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I find several places in my code where I would like tohavea variable
> > scope that is smaller than the enclosing function/class/module definition.
> This is one of the single major frustrations I have with Python and an
> important source of bugs for me. Here is a typical situation
Here is another bug that I just got. Twenty minutes lost to find it...
def __init__(self, name, header, domain_names):
if type(domain_names) != tuple:
raise ValueError('a tuple of domain names must be given')
for name in domain_names:
if type(name) != str:
raise ValueError('a tuple of domain names must be
self.domain_names = domain_names
super(ValueColumn, self).__init__(name, header)
The upper class was initialized with the wrong name, because the for
loop to check
domain_names used "name" which is also the argument to be passed.
If is an old thread but I am reopening to present real situation where
"feature" bothers me...
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