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Re: __setitem__ without position

 
 
Terry Reedy
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      10-11-2012
On 10/11/2012 5:32 PM, Dave Angel wrote:

> Alternatively, you could call one of the other methods in the class.
> But since you gave us no clues, I'm shouldn't guess what it was called.
> But if I were to make such a class, I might use slicing:
> C[:] = [57, 50, 59, 60]


In 3.x, you would write __setitem__ to recognize that the 'key' is a
slice object rather than an int and act accordingly. (In 2.x, you would
write __setslice__.) Actually, if you write

def __setitem__(self, key, value):
self.somelist[key] = value

as you might have done already, you get slice getting, setting, and
deleting for free. Try Dave's line in your code.

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Terry Jan Reedy

 
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