I missed that in the doc's, I have to admit I have done some pretty
crusty things in the past to try and work it out, like checking for
methods etc.. which always struck me as 1, quite possibly incorrect
especially if I got a dictionary with an element with the same name
as the method. Also I always thought it terribly inelegant.
Should have looked in the source ;-)
On Fri, 2002-07-12 at 04:10, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Tim Hoffman wrote:
> > Hi
> > I must be stupid or something, but I can't for the life
> > of me work out a simple way of determining if a variable contains
> > a string or array, in a PythonScript in Zope.
> > I can't import type and or use type() function.
> > isinstance doesn't work because I can't give a type as the second arg.
> Python scripts provide a special function, "same_type()", for this
> purpose. Example:
> if same_type(s, ''):
> s = [s]
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