Advanced Enumerations (compatible with Python's stdlib Enum), NamedTuples, and NamedConstants
aenum includes the new Python stdlib enum module available in Python 3.4 backported for previous versions of Python from 2.7 and 3.3+ tested on 2.7, and 3.3+
An Enum is a set of symbolic names (members) bound to unique, constant values. Within an enumeration, the members can be compared by identity, and the enumeration itself can be iterated over.
A NamedTuple is a class-based, fixed-length tuple with a name for each possible position accessible using attribute-access notation.
A NamedConstant is a class whose members cannot be rebound; it lacks all other Enum capabilities, however; consequently, it can have duplicate values. There is also a module function that can insert the NamedConstant class into sys.modules where it will appear to be a module whose top-level names cannot be rebound.
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