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Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators

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Dan Breslau

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Jul 6, 2010 10:50 AM
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@Matthew H: This is probably too late to help, but the solution is to add a __get__ method to your decorator class, making it a descriptor:

import types
# ...
def __get__(self, obj, ownerClass=None):
# Return a wrapper that binds self as a method of obj (!)
return types.MethodType(self, obj)

For details, see (Self-promotion alert!) http://www.outofwhatbox.com/blog/2010/07/python-decorating-with-class/ or Ian Bicking's post: http://blog.ianbicking.org/2008/10/24/decorators-and-descriptors/

andrej panjkov

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Aug 4, 2011 10:35 PM
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> > Is it possible to
> > decorate func1 without having to edit its source file?
>
> The @deco decoration is just gives a visual clue for the
> reassignment foo = deco(foo) that has to be
> written after foo was defined. So it's possible to load a
> module and decorate each of the functions without prior
> manipulation of the source.

Can someone illustrate this? If I import a module of functions at the console, how can I use a decorator to wrap one of the imported functions with say a timing decorator?

David Mahler

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Jun 9, 2012 11:29 AM
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Thanks for posting this. As someone new to Python this was much more to the point than other sources that spend more time debating the use and the history of decorators than even explaining concrete examples.

monica p

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Mar 25, 2013 8:10 AM
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how to disable warnings in python using decorators?

Gary Mason

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Sep 11, 2014 6:32 PM
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IMHO, there should be a discussion and examples of decorating classes. There should be at least some mention of the special built-in decorators.

Rathinavelu Velayutham

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Re: Decorators I: Introduction to Python Decorators Posted: Nov 17, 2016 10:55 PM
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As usual crystal clear.As a teacher I also learn how to present ideas in the correct sequence.
Thank you very much, Sir

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