On Wed, Mar 30, 2022 at 1:50 AM Stéfane Fermigier <sf@fermigier.com> wrote:
FYI, there is a “parse” library on PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/parse/

Parse strings using a specification based on the Python format() syntax.
parse() is the opposite of format()
(I haven’t used it myself,

Me neither, but I do like this idea better than scanf style. And there’s an implementation ready to try out.


but I find the idea compelling, specially for people unfamiliar with regexes or C-style printf syntax).


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