How can I format the string according to its length at runtime?
cfelling at iae.nl
Wed Jun 20 02:29:35 CEST 2001
ed_tsang at yahoo.com wrote:
> How can I format the string but according to the length it has?
> l = 6 - len(str(values))
> printwrite(trcfile, "Rx value = %-5s (0x%-6X)- OK\n"%(str(values),
> values),tag )
> My problem is when it displayed in hexadecimal, there are extra
> spacing because it of the statement 0x%-6X when the lengeth of values
> is 3. But I will no know in advance what is the length of values, it
> can reach 6. How can I dynmically alter the number of spaces in this
I'm not sure I understand your problem, wouldn't simply leaving out
the field widths work? like:
>>> value = 30
>>> "Rx value = %d (0x%X)- OK\n" % (value, value)
'Rx value = 30 (0x1E)- OK\n'
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