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var_dump implementation in python
# the idea was come from https://gist.github.com/jvanasco/1616707
import types
def _var_dump(variable, depth = 0, not_new_line = False):
padding = " " * 4 * depth
key_padding = " " * 4 * (depth+1)
first_padding = '' if not_new_line else padding
not_new_line = True
depth+= 1
if type(variable) == types.DictType :
items = []
for key in variable :
item = key_padding + "'%s' : %s" % (key,_var_dump(variable[key],depth, True))
items.append(item)
items = ',\n'.join(items)
return '%s<Dictionary> {\n%s\n%s}' % ( first_padding, items, padding)
elif type(variable) == types.ListType :
items = []
for item in variable :
items.append(_var_dump(item, depth))
items = ',\n'.join(items)
return '%s<List> [\n%s\n%s]' % ( first_padding, items, padding)
elif type(variable) == types.TupleType :
items = []
for item in variable :
items.append(_var_dump(item, depth))
items = ',\n'.join(items)
return '%s<Tuple> (\n%s\n%s)' % ( first_padding, items, padding)
elif type(variable) == types.InstanceType:
items = []
for key in dir(variable):
item = key_padding + "%s : %s" % (key,_var_dump(getattr(variable,key),depth, True))
items.append(item)
items = ',\n'.join(items)
return '%s<Instance of %s> (\n%s\n%s)' % ( first_padding, variable.__class__, items, padding)
elif type(variable) == types.MethodType:
return first_padding + '<Method>'
elif type(variable) == types.FunctionType:
return first_padding + '<Function>'
elif type(variable) == types.StringType:
return first_padding + "<String> '%s'" % variable
elif type(variable) == types.IntType:
return first_padding + "<Integer> %s" % variable
elif type(variable) == types.LongType:
return first_padding + "<Long> %s" % variable
elif type(variable) == types.FloatType:
return first_padding + "<Float> %s" % variable
elif type(variable) == types.BooleanType:
return first_padding + "<Boolean> %s" % variable
elif type(variable) == types.NoneType:
return first_padding + "<None>"
else:
return first_padding + "%s %s" % (type(variable), variable)
def var_dump(variable, **kwargs):
show = kwargs.pop('show', False)
as_html = kwargs.pop('as_html', False)
result = _var_dump(variable)
if as_html:
result = '<pre>' + result.replace('<','&lt;').replace('>','&gt;') + '</pre>'
if show:
print(result)
return result
# FAQ : Why the hell you need var_dump in Python?
if __name__ == '__main__':
# Let's say I have a dictionary which one of its value contains an instance of a class
class Human:
def __init__(self):
self.name = 'Clark'
self.age = 15
self.hobby = ['flying', 'kicking bastards']
def fly(self):
print('up up and away')
data = {'name' : 'clark', 'object' : Human()}
# use print
print(data)
# print will give you this:
# {'object': <__main__.Human instance at 0xb724f3ec>, 'name': 'clark'}
# use pprint
import pprint
pprint.pprint(data)
# pprint will give you this:
# {'name': 'clark', 'object': <__main__.Human instance at 0xb724f3ec>}
# use var_dump
var_dump(data, show=True)
# var_dump will give you this:
# <Dictionary> {
# 'object' : <Instance of __main__.Human> (
# __doc__ : <None>,
# __init__ : <Method>,
# __module__ : <String> '__main__',
# age : <Integer> 15,
# fly : <Method>,
# hobby : <List> [
# <String> 'flying',
# <String> 'kicking bastards'
# ],
# name : <String> 'Clark'
# ),
# 'name' : <String> 'clark'
# }
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lovesuper commented Jun 9, 2014

Вот уж php, так php... Ужаснейший говнокод.

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dmnobunaga commented Jun 9, 2014

Когда я вижу как ты ifуешь, малыш, ты меня.. пугаешЬ!

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