This chapter covers one of Python’s strengths: introspection. As you know, everything in Python is an object, and introspection is code looking at other modules and functions in memory as objects, getting information about them, and manipulating them. Along the way, you’ll define functions with no name, call functions with arguments out of order, and reference functions whose names you don’t even know ahead of time.
KeywordsInfo Function Mapping Expression Carriage Return Optional Argument Function Declaration
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