On 06/30/2014 07:44 AM, pyt...@bdurham.com wrote:
Nice!!! I need to study your solution, but at first blush it looks exactly like what I wanted to implement.
Keep in mind that dict /will not/ call your overridden methods, so if, for example, you provide your own __getitem__ you will also need to provide your own copies of any dict method that calls __getitem__.
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