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Re: inconsistency in Python SWIG return parameters

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-02-27 23:23:19 CET

Marshall White <cscidork@yahoo.com> writes:
> What if you have a function that returns three object pointers of
> the same type?
> If the function tries to return (None, "some pointer", None), how
> does the Python script know which one was just returned?
>
> It almost doesn't look like there is an easy answer here.

Why not just return

   (None, SOME_OBJECT, None)

then? We know what number of return values we're expecting, so it
should be okay if some of them are None, no?

-K

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