Finding the name of a function while defining it
jpiitula at ling.helsinki.fi
Sat Dec 29 11:18:05 CET 2012
Abhas Bhattacharya writes:
> If i call one() and two() respectively, i would like to see "one"
> and "two". I dont have much knowledge of lambda functions, neither
> am i going to use them, so that's something I cant answer.
It's not about lambda. The following does not contain lambda. What
should be name(one)? name(two)? name(foo)? name(fun(1))? name(fun(3))?
def foo(): return x
one = fun(1)
two = one
Note that fun(1)() is a valid call where fun(1) is not given any name
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