Python Language Utiliser des propriétés sans décorateurs


Exemple

Bien que l'utilisation de la syntaxe de décorateur (avec le @) soit pratique, elle cache aussi un peu. Vous pouvez utiliser des propriétés directement, sans décorateurs. L'exemple suivant de Python 3.x montre ceci:

class A:
    p = 1234
    def getX (self):
        return self._x

    def setX (self, value):
        self._x = value
            
    def getY (self):
        return self._y

    def setY (self, value):
        self._y = 1000 + value    # Weird but possible
        
    def getY2 (self):
        return self._y

    def setY2 (self, value):
        self._y = value
        
    def getT    (self):
        return self._t

    def setT (self, value):
        self._t = value
        
    def getU (self):
        return self._u + 10000

    def setU (self, value):
        self._u = value - 5000
            
    x, y, y2 = property (getX, setX), property (getY, setY), property (getY2, setY2)
    t = property (getT, setT)
    u = property (getU, setU)
    
A.q = 5678

class B:
    def getZ (self):
        return self.z_
    
    def setZ (self, value):
        self.z_ = value
        
    z = property (getZ, setZ)
    
class C:
    def __init__ (self):
        self.offset = 1234

    def getW (self):
        return self.w_ + self.offset
        
    def setW (self, value):
        self.w_ = value - self.offset
        
    w = property (getW, setW)
    
a1 = A ()
a2 = A ()

a1.y2 = 1000
a2.y2 = 2000

a1.x = 5
a1.y = 6

a2.x = 7
a2.y = 8

a1.t = 77
a1.u = 88
    
print (a1.x, a1.y, a1.y2)
print (a2.x, a2.y, a2.y2)
print (a1.p, a2.p, a1.q, a2.q)

print (a1.t, a1.u)

b = B ()
c = C ()

b.z = 100100
c.z = 200200
c.w = 300300

print (a1.x, b.z, c.z, c.w)

c.w = 400400
c.z = 500500
b.z = 600600

print (a1.x, b.z, c.z, c.w)