What kind of signature for this special method?

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Fri Oct 13 07:03:22 PDT 2006

Luigi Paioro wrote:
>Sorry, you're right! With Python, when you define a function or a class
>method like this:
>def example(**args):
>   # do something
>you can pass to the example() function many key/value pairs which are
>kept as a dictionary. That means that this:
>example(a=5, b=10, c="my string")
>is passed to the function as a single dictionary args:
>args => {a:5, b:10, c:"my string"}
>even if you pass it as different single arguments. I don't know the
>details on how this mechanism works.

Then use an "a{sv}", which is a dictionary of strings to variants.

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