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comment Command substitution in shell script without globbing
@bgoldst You are right. I have fixed it in my question now.
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comment Why are Python descriptor methods not invoked when called with obj.x syntax?
@martineau Thank you. Fixed it.
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revised Why are Python descriptor methods not invoked when called with obj.x syntax?
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comment Why are Python descriptor methods not invoked when called with obj.x syntax?
@jonrsharpe I don't think with __getattr__, y.x would invoke x.__getattr__. Instead, y.x would invoke y.__getattr__. However, I am trying to invoke x.__getattr__ with y.x which is what descriptors are supposed to do.
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comment If I purchase a ".in" domain name but do not live in India, could I risk losing it in the future?
@closetnoc This question is smaller in scope. The question you have linked to has been put on hold due to broad scope.
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asked If I purchase a ".in" domain name but do not live in India, could I risk losing it in the future?
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