How to decide if a object is instancemethod?

Ben Finney ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Wed Mar 14 22:26:22 CET 2012


Jon Clements <joncle at googlemail.com> writes:

> import inspect
> if inspect.ismethod(foo):
>    # ...
>
> Will return True if foo is a bound method.

But under what other conditions will it return True? The name suggests
that *any* method – static method, class method, bound method, unbound
method – will also result in True.

The documentation says only “instance method”, though. Confusing :-(

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