This concrete class of
AbBind is used
when a code relates to a specific taxon and to a
specific English name. Note that the English name
may differ from that of the taxon. For example,
consider this line from an alternate forms file:
albatr Diomedeidae/albatross sp.
However, the line that defines the taxon in the standard forms file looks like this:
So in this case the
.eng attribute would be “Albatrosses”,
method would return “albatross sp.”
# - - - - - c l a s s S t d B i n d class StdBind(AbBind): '''Bird code bound to a specific taxon. Exports: StdBind ( abbr, taxon, eng ): [ (abbr is the stripped, upshifted bird code) and (taxon is a Taxon instance) and (eng is the English name from which abbr was derived) -> return a new StdBind instance representing that code bound to that taxon ] .abbr: [ as passed to the constructor ] .taxon: [ as passed to the constructor ] .__eng: [ as (eng) passed to the constructor ] '''