Is there a way to insert hooks into a native dictionary type to see when a query arrives and what's looked up?
vek.m1234 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 01:11:31 EST 2016
I know that with user classes one can define getattr, setattr to handle
dictionary lookup. Is there a way to hook into the native dict() type
and see in real time what's being queried.
I wanted to check if when one does:
if the x.__dict__ was queried or if the Foo.__dict__ was queried.. I
know method/attribute lookup starts with the instance but was wondering
if I could see it in action vs defining __getattr__ __setattr__ in Foo
which is a bit indirect.. and not what I want.
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