LSPFunction Class

class localsolver.modeler.LSPFunction

A function can be either a user-defined function or a built-in function. It is possible to create external modeler function from the modeler API and call them in the modeler. See LSPModeler.create_function() for more information on how to create external functions.

Since:10.0

Summary

Attributes
name Returns the name of the function.
Methods
get_name Returns the name of the function.
Special methods
__call__ Calls the function with the provided arguments and returns the result.

Instance methods

LSPFunction.get_name()

Returns the name of the function. The name of the function does not necessarily reflect the name of the variable(s) to which the function is associated. The name is mainly used to identify the function in stack traces when exceptions occur.

Returns:The name of the function.
Return type:str

Instance attributes

LSPFunction.name

Returns the name of the function. This is a shortcut for LSPFunction.get_name().

Special operators and methods

LSPFunction.__call__(*args)

Calls the function with the provided arguments and returns the result. The arguments must be of the following types:

Parameters:args – List of arguments passed to the function.
Returns:Return value of the call.
Return type:one of the supported type among NoneType (nil in LSP), int, float, bool, str, LSExpression, LSPFunction, LSPModule, LSPMap