How do I match the last occurence of a character?

Steve Halliburton shallib at netscape.com
Thu Jun 10 06:22:32 CEST 1999


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Content preview:  I haven't used it on NT, but I know on unix it handles everything
   gracefully: >>> import os >>> t1 = 'http://tor.dhs.org/~bwinton/index.html'
   >>> t2 = 'home/bwinton/' >>> os.path.split(t1) ('http://tor.dhs.org/~bwinton',
   'index.html') >>> os.path.split(t2) ('home/bwinton', '') [...] 

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