Pythonic Record Types
A record (aka “struct” in C) is a pre-defined collection of values where each is accessed by a unique name. Depending on the nature of the data, records may be a superior alternative to dictionaries and instances of custom classes.
PyRecord allows you to use records in CPython v2.7, CPython v3.3+, PyPy and PyPy v3, and can be thought of as an improved namedtuple.
The documentation is available at https://pythonhosted.org/pyrecord/
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