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Callable providers

.. currentmodule:: dependency_injector.providers

:py:class:`Callable` provider calls wrapped callable on every call.

Callable providers and injections

:py:class:`Callable` provider takes a various number of positional and keyword arguments that are used as wrapped callable injections. Every time, when :py:class:`Callable` provider is called, positional and keyword argument injections would be passed as callable arguments.

Injections are done according to the next rules:

  • All providers (instances of :py:class:`Provider`) are called every time when injection needs to be done.
  • Providers could be injected "as is" (delegated), if it is defined obviously. Check out :ref:`callable_providers_delegation`.
  • All other injectable values are provided "as is".
  • Positional context arguments will be appended after :py:class:`Callable` positional injections.
  • Keyword context arguments have priority on :py:class:`Callable` keyword injections and will be merged over them.

Example that shows usage of :py:class:`Callable` with positional argument injections:

.. literalinclude:: ../../examples/providers/
   :language: python

Next one example shows usage of :py:class:`Callable` with keyword argument injections:


.. literalinclude:: ../../examples/providers/
   :language: python

Callable providers delegation

:py:class:`Callable` provider could be delegated to any other provider via any kind of injection.

Delegation of :py:class:`Callable` providers is the same as :py:class:`Factory` providers delegation, please follow :ref:`factory_providers_delegation` section for examples (with exception of using :py:class:`DelegatedCallable` instead of :py:class:`DelegatedFactory`).

Abstract callable providers

:py:class:`AbstractCallable` provider is a :py:class:`Callable` provider that must be explicitly overridden before calling.

Behaviour of :py:class:`AbstractCallable` providers is the same as of :py:class:`AbstractFactory`, please follow :ref:`abstract_factory_providers` section for examples (with exception of using :py:class:`AbstractCallable` provider instead of :py:class:`AbstractFactory`).

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