Testing if a global is defined in a module
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Tue Jul 5 17:43:02 CEST 2011
On 2011-07-05, Tim Johnson <tim at johnsons-web.com> wrote:
> * Ian Kelly <ian.g.kelly at gmail.com> [110704 20:37]:
>> It sounds like what you really want is to detect the names *exported*
>> by the module, then. i
>> Why not do it the same way Python does it? If
>> the module defines an "__all__" attribute, then it is taken to be a
>> sequence of strings which are the exported names. Otherwise, the
>> exported names are taken to be all the names in the module dict that
>> don't begin with an underscore.
> :) Oh here we go again. Another python feature I didn't know about
> or have forgotten.
You could probably implement at least two more languages using nothing
but Python features I don't know about or have forgotten. :)
Yet I still manage to get a lot accomplished using Python.
Grant Edwards grant.b.edwards Yow! I don't know WHY I
at said that ... I think it
gmail.com came from the FILLINGS in
my rear molars ...
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