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⏰ Sidebar: What’s a “dunder” in Python?

I’ve you’ve heard some experienced Pythonistas talk about Python or watched a few conference talks you may have heard the term . If you’re wondering what that is, here’s your answer:

Double underscores are often referred to as “dunders” in the Python community. The reason is that double underscores appear quite often in Python code and to avoid fatiguing their jaw muscles Pythonistas often shorten “double underscore” to “dunder.”

For example, you’d pronounce as “dunder baz”. Likewise would be pronounced as “dunder init”, even though one might think it should be “dunder init dunder.” But that’s just yet another quirk in the naming convention.

It’s like a for Python developers 🙂

Perhaps surprisingly, name mangling is not applied if a name starts and ends with double underscores. Variables surrounded by a double underscore prefix and postfix are left unscathed by the Python interpeter:

However, names that have both leading and trailing double underscores are reserved for special use in the language. This rule covers things like __init__ for object constructors, or __call__ to make an object callable.

These dunder methods are often referred to as magic methods —but many people in the Python community, including myself, Goa 4 Goa 4 Womens Shoulder Bag Green Kaki 12x32x44 cm W x H x L Scooter 12x32x44 cm (W x H x L) Scooter 0zZsEHHtj

It’s best to stay away from using names that start and end with double underscores (“dunders”) in your own programs to avoid collisions with future changes to the Python language.

Per convention, a single standalone underscore is sometimes used as a name to indicate that a variable is temporary or insignificant.

For example, in the following loop we don’t need access to the running index and we can use “ _ ” to indicate that it is just a temporary value:

You can also use single underscores in unpacking expressions as a “don’t care” variable to ignore particular values. Again, this meaning is “per convention” only and there’s no special behavior triggered in the Python interpreter. The single underscore is simply a valid variable name that’s sometimes used for this purpose.

In the following code example I’m unpacking a car tuple into separate variables but I’m only interested in the values for color and mileage . However, in order for the unpacking expression to succeed I need to assign all values contained in the tuple to variables. That’s where “ _ ” is useful as a placeholder variable:

Besides its use as a temporary variable, “ _ ” is a special variable in most Python REPLs that represents the result of the last expression evaluated by the interpreter.

This is handy if you’re working in an interpreter session and you’d like to access the result of a previous calculation. Or if you’re constructing objects on the fly and want to interact with them without assigning them a name first: