Recently, "Tim Peters" email@example.com said:
Well, the "t" modifier isn't std; does anyone other than Microsoft support it? MS also gives meaning to non-std "c" and "n" modifiers. Luckily, Python doesn't define which modes or modifiers it accepts <wink>.
Oops, big oops! I picked the "t" because it was intended _not_ to be supported on any platform: my code eats it, and turns on the universal newline feature on the file object. What does "t" do on Windows? What would be a better choice? -- Jack Jansen | ++++ stop the execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal ++++ Jack.Jansen@oratrix.com | ++++ if you agree copy these lines to your sig ++++ www.cwi.nl/~jack | see http://www.xs4all.nl/~tank/spg-l/sigaction.htm