2007/11/29, MonkeeSage <MonkeeSage / gmail.com>:
> People often want to look at an object's attributes when debugging.
> [1] Python has a handy dir() function that lists the attributes of an
> object. And I use it tons. I often use obj.methods.sort in ruby for
> the same purpose.

You can view the attributes quite conveniently with pp (you'll see
instance variables nicely nested and indented as a tree).

Kind regards

robert

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