Reproducable Python core dump

Bradley Baetz bbaetz at
Tue Jun 1 19:38:02 EDT 1999

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Content preview:  Hi, My CS project for this semester involves modifying Grail
   to support navigation through a keypad, similarly to Lynx. Whilst testing
   my handing of nested tables, I came across this bug: The following will cause
   a reproducable core dump in Python: [...] 

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