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Enjoy the flexibility of structs with esu!

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Welcome to Esu Struct!

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Enjoy the flexibility of structs with esu!

You can create types on the fly with previously declared fields and methods by using esu struct.
The created type additionally contains methods for equation, hashing and string representation.

Install

pip install esu

Usage

Struct

from esu import Struct, OpenStruct

Customer = Struct(
            'Customer', 
            'name', 'age', 
            methods={
                'greeting': lambda self: "Hello {}".format(self.__dict__['name'])
            })

dave = Customer()
dave.name = 'Dave'
dave.age = 25
dave.greeting() # => Hello Dave 

anna = Customer('Anna', 28)
anna.greeting() # => Hello Anna

OpenStruct

bob = OpenStruct()
bob.name = Bob
bob.age = 54
print(bob) # => [name=Bob, age=54]

su = OpenStruct({'name': 'Su', 'gender': 'female'})
su.employed = True
print(su) # => [name=Su, gender=female, employed=True]

Documentation

For further information, read the documentation that can be found: https://esu.readthedocs.io

Contribution

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  2. Make your changes!
  3. Send a PR!

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