A.x vs. A["x"]
Martin.Drautzburg at web.de
Sat Jan 23 12:24:44 CET 2010
Terry Reedy wrote:
> On 1/22/2010 2:29 PM, Martin Drautzburg wrote:
>> This has probably been asekd a million times, but if someone could
>> give a short answer anyways I's be most grateful.
>> What is it that allows one to write A.x? If I have a variable A,
>> I know you can do this with classes, but not with plain objects, but
>> why is that so?
> You exact meaning here is not clear, but I suspect it is somewhat
> incorrect, at least for built-in classes.
You're right. I used to think you could do this to classes:
G = Strum
But not to objects (instances):
g = Strum()
g.y = 2
But in fact both work. Thanks for clarifying
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