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- Subject: Re: Beginner from Python, starting to MySQL Proxy
- From: "Marinho Brandao" <marinho@...>
- Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 17:31:22 -0300
thank you for the quickly response :)
well... I tried your dir function with a table and it printed the keys
and values for me (not the table's attributes and methods)
and tried it with a userdata and an error has been raised:
(read_query) cached_queries.lua:6: bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table
expected, got userdata)
thank you also... and maybe your message clarify the clouds are in my
mind :) well... if Lua hasn't objects, means this that most of data
types won't retrieve to me a map of their own attributes and methods?
I mean: in Python, I use dir() to list all that an object has and this
makes me knows that an object has the method that I need, and so on...
this makes me gain hours of research, just using the intuition.
PS: if you are brazilian, let me know if I can send to you in PVT,
maybe using portuguese I can explain better my questions :)
thank you all
2008/7/14 Javier Guerra <email@example.com>:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 3:00 PM, Marinho Brandao <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> my question is: has Lua equivalent functions to them?
> just remember that Lua doesn't have 'objects'.
> complex values are either tables, which you can enumerate, or
> something else with a metatable, also enumerable.
Marinho Brandão (José Mário)