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Object as param. introspection

asked 2020-06-03 10:15:40 -0500

philippecmartin gravatar image

updated 2020-06-04 15:11:34 -0500

Hi, example: I have a method that takes two objects as constructor param (class0.__init__ (class1.obj1, class2.obj2)

Before debugging class0.method1 the editor finds one (ex: typing class1.obj1. will popup a list of possibilities).

However the second object (class2.ob2) will only be "known" when debugging the method.

What I do for now is clear a local var in class0.method1 which instantiate a bogus object for class1 or class2 then change it to point to the actual object before running. Works but tedious.

What should I be looking for to fix this ?

Regards, Philippe

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answered 2020-06-04 09:19:50 -0500

Type hints can be added to help Wing's source code analysis. Please see https://wingware.com/doc/edit/analysi...

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On the above doc, at the bottom, it told the following example code:

    if 0:
      import othermodule
      isinstance(obj, othermodule.CMyClass)

But I'm still confusing on the if 0: used here. 0 == False, so when the code will be executed?

Regards.

hongyi-zhao gravatar imagehongyi-zhao ( 2020-06-05 18:10:40 -0500 )edit

The hint is for Wing's code analyzer which does not execute code. The if 0: is used to intentionally add code that won't be executed but that Wing's code analyzer will see

Wingware Support gravatar imageWingware Support ( 2020-06-08 10:33:25 -0500 )edit
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answered 2020-06-04 18:55:12 -0500

philippecmartin gravatar image

Will try - thanks

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