How to Accessing Attributes of Functions

How to Accessing Attributes of Functions

Problem: :You want to access an attribute of a function in Python and print its value. Specifically, you want to print the value of the what attribute of the function my_function.
Solution:In Python, functions are objects, but they don't have attributes like classes or instances. Attempting to access attributes directly from a function object will result in an AttributeError. However, you can achieve a similar behavior by using a dictionary to store data associated with the function.
def my_function():
    print([ 'what' ])
if __name__=="__main__":
    my_function. data = { 'what' : "right?" }


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In this code:
my_function is defined as a regular function. is used as a dictionary to store data associated with the function.

The function my_function accesses the what attribute from the data dictionary and prints its value.

When you run the code, it will print " right? " as the output. This demonstrates how you can associate data with a function using a dictionary to mimic attribute access.

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