On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 3:21 PM, Alex Flint <alex.fl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am looking for help understanding the following lines in a Go traceback:
> 6 File "specialized.go" line 163 in pythontype.ExplicitFunc.Call
> 7 File "<autogenerated>" line 510 in pythontype.(*ExplicitFunc).Call
> 8 File "propagate.go" line 622 in
> pythonstatic.(*propagator).evaluateCallExpr
> I am trying to understand what line 7 means in the following context:
> evaluateCallExpr takes a parameter x of type pythontype.Value, which is an
> interface, and invokes x.Call(), which is one of the methods on that
> interface. One implementation of that interface is pythontype.ExplicitFunc.
> Am I right in understanding from that traceback that the dynamic type of the
> pythontype.Value was *pythontype.ExplicitFunc, not pythontype.ExplicitFunc?



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