Enumeration of strings and export of the constants

lnenov lnenov at mm-sol.com
Thu Nov 11 10:49:50 CET 2010


On 11/11/2010 01:30 AM, Ian wrote:
> On Nov 10, 6:12 am, lnenov<lne... at mm-sol.com>  wrote:
>> Is there a better and more common way to do this?
> from itertools import count, izip
>
> class APINamespace(object):
>
>      def __init__(self):
>          self._named_values = []
>
>      def enumerate(self, names, start=0, step=1):
>          self._named_values.extend(izip(names, count(start, step)))
>
>      def import_to(self, destination):
>          for name, number in self._named_values:
>              setattr(destination, name, number)
>
> Note the "step" parameter of itertools.count requires Python 2.7 or
> 3.1.
>
>> And can line 6 be replaced by something less evil.
> Yes, by putting the names to be imported into their own container as
> I've done above, instead of polluting the class dictionary with them.

Thanks a lot.

It was my initial idea to pull something like that but for some 
mysterious reason i failed miserably.

Thanks again.

~Lyudmil

> Cheers,
> Ian



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