converting return from type() function in python to string

Hi

i have a return type from the type() function in python. I would like to convert this to string? is it possible and how?

something that would look like this:
<type 'A'>.tostring()

The __sr__ and __repr__ don't exist in class A.
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peprCommented:
If the class A does not have its own __str__() then you have to write your own function that will display the content of the object the way you want.

The type object has __str__, so you can just str(type(xyz)). For debugging, the print(type(xyz)) will convert it to string internally.

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