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__autoinit__ (Was: Proposal: reducing self.x=x; self.y=y;self.z =z boilerplate code)

Hello python-list,

As I Understood, semantic may be next:

def qwerty(a,a.i,b, b.i,f.j):

Would work like:

def qwerty(anonymou s1,anonymous2,a nonymous3,anony mous4,anonymous 5):
(a,a.i,b,b.i,f. j)=(anonymous1, anonymous2,anon ymous3,anonymou s4,anonymous5)
del anonymous1
del anonymous2
del anonymous3
del anonymous4
del anonymous5

If so then I like it, because it more explicit than anything other
and it is working right now. I just tryed:
class Stub: .... pass def qwer(a1,a2,a3,a 4,a5): .... (a,a.i,b,b.i,f['i'])=(a1,a2,a3,a4, a5)
.... del a1
.... del a2
.... del a3
.... del a4
.... del a5
.... print (a,a.i,b,b.i,f['i']) f={}
qwer(Stub(),1,S tub(),2,3)

(<__main__.Stu b instance at 0x00C49530>, 1, <__main__.Stu b instance at 0x00C498C8>, 2, 3)

So there are not too much for implement.
Another question - named arguments. How I can assign to them?
May be so:
def qwerty(a,a.i,f['i']):
print (a,a.i,f['i'])
qwerty(f['i']=3,a=Stub(),a.i =4) - ?

and for __init__:
class MyClass:
def __init__(self,s elf.i,self.j,se lf.k):

MyObject = MyClass(self.i= 1,self.j=2,self .k=3)


or may be there can be an aliase syntax?

class MyClass:
def __init__(self, self.i by i,self.j by j, self.k by k):

MyObject = MyClass(i=1,j=2 ,k=3)

Sokolov Yura
fa****@intercab le.ru
Jul 31 '05 #1
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