[Tutor] Turning kwargs into scalars
bgailer at alum.rpi.edu
Tue Nov 1 17:17:14 CET 2005
At 08:52 PM 10/31/2005, Steve Bergman wrote:
>Say I have a function:
>def f(self, **kwargs) :
FWIW you don't have a function at this point. You have a def statement
which must be followed by at least one indented statement, which in turn
must be executed. Then you have a function.
>and I want to take the key/value pairs and create a set of variables with
>the names of the keys.
>For example, if I say:
>I want to create local variables 'x' and 'y' in the function, with values
>of 5 and 2 respectively.
>How could I do this?
This is an FAQ. It can be done. However there are better ways to accomplish
the same thing. Namely use the dictionary kwargs and look things up by key.
Would you give an example of what you'd do with variables x and y after
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