Re: [Tutor] How to control list input ?
magnus at thinkware.se
Thu Jun 3 15:08:38 EDT 2004
> For my purposes doctlist can't be just any arbitrary list of lists; it
> will have to be made of a precise number of elements, that musn't be
> hardcoded but definable;
So it's not a list!
> how do you suggest I try coding a) a way in
> which to define what the structure of my list ought to be like and b) a
> way of checking the input to make sure it corresponds ?
Don't use a list. Use a class. If you want to be able to access attributes
in your instance objects as if they were list members, just implement the
>>> class ListLike:
def __init__(self, name, address, phone):
def __getitem__(self, i):
return [self.name, self.address, self.phone][i]
>>> a = ListLike('Santa Claus', 'North Pole', 123)
>>> for i in a:
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