Dynamically added methods to a class

Category: Python - Education

This script allows you to add a method to a class at an arbitrary point in your code. The method is available instantly to all already existing instances and of course ones yet to be created. If you specify method_name then that name is used for the method call. Date: 11 April, 2012


Class Methods - Dynamically Methods - Object Oriented Programming - Class - Methods - Object

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