How to use 'creating a variable bound to a set python' in Python

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750def initialize(self, value=-1):
751 if isinstance(value, self.__class__):
752 return value
753 if isinstance(value, str):
754 try:
755 value = eval(value, {}, {})
756 except NameError:
757 pass
758 assert isinstance(value, (str,int)),repr(value)
759 self.is_defined = isinstance(value, int) and value >= 0
760 self.is_undefined = isinstance(value, int) and value < 0
761 self.is_variable = isinstance(value, str)
762 if self.is_variable:
763 self.init_value = -2
764 else:
765 self.init_value = value
766 self.value = value
767 return self
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