__bases__ misleading error message
marfig at gmail.com
Sat Jan 24 23:02:19 CET 2015
In article <mailman.18102.1422136703.18130.python-list at python.org>,
tjreedy at udel.edu says...
> > "__main__"
> > from module import a_name
> A module is a namespace associating names with objects. This statememt
> says to import the a_name to object association from module and add it
> to __main__
> > y = a_name + 1
> This statement uses the imported association in __main__ to access the
> object and add 1, and bind 'y' to the resulting object.
But I'm being told the interpreter has no knowledge of a variable name.
So, how does the interpreter know, once it reaches the assigment line
above, how to map a_name to the correct object in memory?
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