On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 9:41:28 AM UTC-7, Yoel Benitez Fonseca 
wrote:
>
> Does this make sense to you? 
>

Yes.
 

>
> In [1]: fields = list() 
>
> In [2]: f = db.item.id 
>
> In [3]: f in fields 
> Out[3]: False 
>
> In [4]: fields.append(f) 
>
> In [5]: f in fields 
> Out[5]: True 
>
> In [6]: f = db.item.headline 
>
> In [7]: f in fields 
> Out[7]: True 
>
> I mean, the last value of 'f' is a fields object but a different one. 
>


What you've stored in fields is an object reference; a reference to f, not 
to its value.

What are you trying to do?  Dynamic table handling, or forming a list of 
fields for SQLFORM or ??

/dps

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