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Python: Vérification des types avec le module operator

classe, list, list, map, module
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import operator
import UserList
 
def dump(data):
    print type(data), "=>",
    if operator.isCallable(data):
        print "CALLABLE",
    if operator.isMappingType(data):
        print "MAPPING",
    if operator.isNumberType(data):
        print "NUMBER",
    if operator.isSequenceType(data):
        print "SEQUENCE",
    print
 
dump(0)
dump("string")
dump("string"[0])
dump([1, 2, 3])
dump((1, 2, 3))
dump({"a": 1})
dump(len) # fonction
dump(UserList) # module
dump(UserList.UserList) # classe
dump(UserList.UserList()) # instance
 
"""
<type 'int'> => NUMBER
<type 'string'> => SEQUENCE
<type 'string'> => SEQUENCE
<type 'list'> => SEQUENCE
<type 'tuple'> => SEQUENCE
<type 'dictionary'> => MAPPING
<type 'builtin_function_or_method'> => CALLABLE
<type 'module'> =>
<type 'class'> => CALLABLE
<type 'instance'> => MAPPING NUMBER SEQUENCE
"""

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