Python Script has a same_type(x,y) function.
Steve Alexander <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have a variable, f.
> The value of f might be a list, or it might be a string.
> I want to do different things to f depending what type it is.
> How do I check its type from a PythonScript?
> I can't use type(), as this opens up a security hole with Extension
> Classes, where the type is the class.
> I can't import types, as that seems to be restricted.
> I suggest that either one or both of the following be altered:
> * The types module is allowed to be imported into restricted stuff.
> * A safe version of type() is put into the restricted global namespace.
> I seem to recall a discussion of this a few months ago, where someone
> (Evan?) proposed a safe version of type(). I guess this got lost in the
> conversion to RestrictedPython with Zope 2.4.
> Oh yeah... an ugly workaround is to try to append to f and see if you
> get and AttributeError.
> Steve Alexander
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