[Tutor] Interesting problem

Smith, Jeff jsmith at medplus.com
Thu Jun 23 20:43:43 CEST 2005

I can see I wasn't clear :-)

Here's the basic framework of what I'm looking for.  Needless to say,
this is just an example and not the real problem which is quite
complicated and includes multiple classes.

What I'm looking for is the actual implementation of get_props_as_dict
which I've written here as pseudo-code

class MyClass:
	def __init__(self):
		self._var1 = val1
		self._var2 = val2

	var1 = property(lambda s: s._var1)
	var2 = property(lambda s: s._var2)

	def _var3(self):
		return self._var1 + self._var2

	var3 = property(_var3)

	def getprops_as_dict(self):
		d = dict()
		for prop in properties:
			d[prop_name] = prop_value
		return d


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Subject: [Tutor] Interesting problem

Consider a class with a lt of properties.  I would like a member
function which generates a dictionary where the keys are the property
names and the values are the property values?

Is this clear?

How might I go about this?

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