'__dict__' Dictionary in Function Object


What is the "__dict__" dictionary property in a function object?

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By default every function object has "__dict__" built-in dictionary property. Each name value pair in this dictionary becomes a formal property of the function object accessible using the "." operation.

It is empty when the function object is created. But you can add name value pairs to the "__dict__" dictionary.

For example, the following Python code shows how to use the "__dict__" dictionary of function object:

>>> def x():
...    print("Hello world!")
>>> x.version = "1.0"
>>> x.__dict__["author"] = "FYIcenter.com"
>>> x.__dict__
{'version': '1.0', 'author': 'FYIcenter.com'}
>>> x.version
>>> x.author


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