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Shed my a light :)

P: n/a
I using eval for quite strange reason, as long as I don't know a different
way to implement.

An example:

actions= ('print', 'sum', 'divide', 'myfunction')
parameters=(5, 'nothing',5.63, object)

for routines in actions:

I'd like to note that actions are string or string expressions of the program
functions or python itself, so I've in my program something like:

for nn in actions:
eval('cp.%s' %nn)

Where cp is an instance.

So I'm asking here whether exist a way that these string become functions
inside my program, without using eval()

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Jun 2 '08 #1
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