When you start working with objects, you are likely to encounter some new exceptions. If you try to access an attribute that doesn’t exist, you get an AttributeError:
>>> p = Point()>>> print p.zAttributeError: Point instance has no attribute 'z'
If you are not sure what type an object is, you can ask:
>>> type(p)<type '__main__.Point'>
If you are not sure whether an object has a particular attribute, you can use the built-in function hasattr:
>>> hasattr(p, 'x')True>>> hasattr(p, 'z')False
The first argument can be any object; the second argument is a string that contains the name of the attribute.