ValueObject is a dict-like object that exposes keys as attributes.
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ValueObject is a dict-like object that exposes keys as attributes. You can use it like a regular dictionary (in fact, it is a subclass and does not override its __init__). You can use attribute or item access to get or set values.
>>> from valueobject import ValueObject >>> vo = ValueObject(key=1) >>> vo['key'] 1 >>> vo.key 1 >>> vo['key'] += 1 >>> vo.key += 1 >>> vo['key'] 3 >>> vo.key 3
- If you need to access a key that is not a valid Python identifier (for example, it includes spaces), use regular dict access.
- All regular object, dict and ValueObject methods will be returned on attribute access. A key such as copy needs to be accessed via item access syntax (e.g. valueobject['copy']).