which "dictionary with attribute-style access"?
aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sun Oct 18 00:32:45 CEST 2009
In article <mailman.1614.1255818306.2807.python-list at python.org>,
Terry Reedy <tjreedy at udel.edu> wrote:
>> In article <hb01po$s5v$1 at news.eternal-september.org>,
>> Andreas Balogh <baloand at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> My question to the Python specialists: which one is the most correct?
>>> Are there restrictions with regards to pickling or copy()?
>>> Which one should I choose?
>> What's your goal? I'd probably do the dirt simple myself:
>> class AttrDict(dict):
>> def __getattr__(self, attr):
>> if attr in self:
>> return self[attr]
>> raise AttributeError
>Why the double lookup? Harking to another thread on using exceptions,
> return self[attr]
> raise AttributeError(attr)
For this purpose, it's almost entirely a stylistic difference; I happen
to prefer using the test, but the other way is fine, too.
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