How do I access what's in this module?
no.i.dont at want.mail.from.spammers.com
Fri Jan 8 04:45:19 CET 2010
On 2010-01-08 04:40, John Machin wrote:
>> For example:
>> >>> from lxml.etree import ElementTree
>> >>> ElementTree.dump(None)
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "<console>", line 1, in<module>
> lxml.etree is a module. ElementTree is effectively a class. The error
> message that you omitted to show us might have given you a clue.
But I did show the error message? It's just above what you just wrote. I
try to include all relevant information in my posts.
> Using pommy slang like "sorted" in an IT context has the potential to
> confuse your transatlantic correspondents :-)
Ah, of course! :-)
> Can access? Yes. Should access? The usual Python convention is that an
> object whose name begins with an underscore should be accessed only
> via a documented interface (or, at your own risk, if you think you
> know what you are doing).
It turns out I no longer want to access anything in there but I thank
you for your information nontheless.
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