[Zope] Reverse-resolve hex instance numbers in traceback?

Dieter Maurer dieter at handshake.de
Wed Oct 8 15:19:39 EDT 2003

Milos Prudek wrote at 2003-10-8 13:53 +0200:
 > > Sure... you *can* get the address of an object by getting the string
 > > representation of it using backticks, ex:
 > > 
 > > `my_obj`
 > So, for example, I can do the following?
 > print `<Folder instance at 89ca148>`
 > Is that what you mean?

It will give you a "SyntaxError".

He meant: If you have an object ("obj"), you can (often) get its 
address by "`obj`".

Python does not allow you to reverse this (at least not unless
it is specially compiled).


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