Python getattr() function:
Returns the value of the named attribute of an object.
Returns the default value provided to the function, if named attribute not found.
getattr(object, name, default value)
class Student: student_id="" student_name="" # initial constructor to set the values def __init__(self): self.student_id = "101570" self.student_name = "Naveen kumar" student = Student() # get attribute values by using getattr() function print('\ngetattr : name of the student is =', getattr(student, "student_name"))
But you can access it by this
# but you could access this like this
print('traditional: name of the student is =', student.student_name)
getattr : name of the student is = Naveen kumar traditional: name of the student is = Naveen kumar
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