An Enum-based implementation of switch for Python.
Enum-based Switch for Python
This is an attempt at creating a way to do a reliable, not-bug-prone
implementation, for Python, of a
switch thing like other languages
How it works
Suppose you have an enum, like this:
class Color(Enum): RED = 1 GREEN = 2 BLUE = 3
And you want to implement logic which branches based on a value which is of type
You can do it by subclassing the
Switch class. The syntax should be obvious, but:
- Inherit from Switch
- Implement a method for each value of the Enum
- If you are not implementing them all: add a
- If you leave any Enum value unaccounted for: it will raise an exception when you instantiate your class.
- Instantiate your class
- Call it as a function passing it a value from the Enum
- The respective method will be executed and its return value returned
from enum_switch import Switch class MySwitch(Switch): def RED(self): return "Apple" def GREEN(self): return "Kiwi" def BLUE(self): return "Sky" switch = MySwitch() print(switch(Color.RED)) Apple
And that's it.
Some additional notes:
- Passing it something that is not a value of the correct Enum type will raise ValueError
Hope someone finds it useful!
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