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Dict class with dot notation (like attributes) for accessing nested values

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DotAccessDict

DotAccessDict class can handle nested dictionaries with arbitray number of dicts and lists, nested inside each other.

Usage:

>>> from ddict import DotAccessDict
>>> d = DotAccessDict()
>>> d
{}
>>> d.person
{}
>>> d.person.name = 'Jack'
>>> d
{'person': {'name': 'Jack'}}
>>> d['person']['name']
'Jack'
>>> d['person'].name
'Jack'
>>> d.person['name']
'Jack'
>>> joe = dict(name='Joe', age=18)
>>> d.person.brothers = [joe, 'John', 'Pat']
>>> d.person.brothers[0].age
18
>>> d.get('person.brothers[1]')
'John'
>>> d.set('person.brothers[2]', 'James')
>>> d.person.brothers[2]
'James'
>>> d.flatten()
{'person.brothers[0].age': 18,
 'person.brothers[0].name': 'Joe',
 'person.brothers[1]': 'John',
 'person.brothers[2]': 'James',
 'person.name': 'Jack'}

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