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How to check if object is NULL in Python
Is there a short way to check if an object in Python is NULL or None or not (you know, the absense of an object)?
I’m coding for myself and often I forget to check if the object is empty before using it.
Sometimes I do it with try-except, but I often have the following situation where I cannot use try-except:
The object I want to check could be any of the following, and I am 99% sure it’s not None or an empty string or null
A string – if I cannot use try-except because it may fail because of encoding
An integer – if I cannot use try-except because it may fail because of division or unsupported operation
A dictionary – if I cannot use try-except because I don’t know the keys and values of that object
A list – if I cannot use try-except because there could be an empty element
A function (Python built-in or 3rd party) – if I cannot use try-except because it may fail because of division or unsupported operation
A datetime – if I cannot use try-except because I’m working with dates and not with times
So is there a good practice or „Pythonic“ way to check that an object is not None or an empty string or null?
It depends how you’re going to use the object.
If you just plan on using it in a non-checking sense,
then you can use the is syntax in a try clause and you can use a None value to indicate an error.
If you have a Python list and you plan on iterating over it, then you can use the has_key method and it will tell you if the value is not None
For dictionaries, I would use is_instance or use get_attribute if it’s a builtin.
if isinstance(data, types.BuiltinFunctionType):
if not data:
If it’s a Python 2 datetime object and you want to use it for a non-checking purpose, then you can use the type(data).__name