I'm a Python beginner and I'm would like to write a function that
returns a class (perhaps a tad ambitious...). I've looked through
the FAQ and perused "Python In A Nutshell" (not a good book to
start with?). The only example I found in PiaN used a simple
if statement to return one of a selection of pre-existing classes.
I'd like to generate a class on-the-fly from a parameter (a dictionary).
Can Python do this sort of stuff? Does the mean I have to mess with
the dreaded meta-classes?
thanks for any help anyone can give.
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