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The hasattr() method returns true if an object has the given named attribute and false if it does not.
The syntax of
hasattr() method is:
hasattr() is called by getattr() to check to see if AttributeError is to be raised or not.
1. hasattr() Parameters
hasattr() method takes two parameters:
- object – object whose named attribute is to be checked
- name – name of the attribute to be searched
2. Return value from hasattr()
hasattr() method returns:
- True, if object has the given named attribute
- False, if object has no given named attribute
3. Example: How hasattr() works in Python?
class Person: age = 23 name = 'Adam' person = Person() print('Person has age?:', hasattr(person, 'age')) print('Person has salary?:', hasattr(person, 'salary'))
Person has age?: True Person has salary?: False