Apparently there are no public constructors for PyNone - how do I create
one ? Is there a factory class somewhere ?
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At 15:17 10.04.03 +0100, Justin Worrall wrote:
>Apparently there are no public constructors for PyNone - how do I create
>one ? Is there a factory class somewhere ?
it's a singleton, accessible as org.python.core.Py.None
[ Justin Worrall ]
> Apparently there are no public constructors for PyNone - how do I
> one ? Is there a factory class somewhere ?
Maybe this helps:
>>> from org.python.core import Py
>>> print Py.None.__class__
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