What are metaclasses? What are they used for?
So what I’m looking for here is something like PHP’s print_r function.
Given the Python function:
How do I find out a name of class that created an instance of an object in Python if the function I am doing this from is the base class of which the class of the instance has been derived?
is keyword that can be used for equality in strings.
I am trying to implement slice functionality for a class I am making that creates a vector representation.
For logging purposes I want to retrieve the fully qualified class name of a Python object. (With fully qualified I mean the class name including the package and module name.)
Is there a Python built-in datatype, besides
None, for which:
There’s a surprise here:
I want to be able to create a class (in Python) that once initialized with
__init__, does not accept new attributes, but accepts modifications of existing attributes. There’s several hack-ish ways I can see to do this, for example having a
__setattr__ method such as