manuel at hendel.net
Tue Aug 27 20:06:00 CEST 2002
On Tue, Aug 27, 2002 at 05:10:03PM +0000, Frank Buss wrote:
> Perhaps I can help you. I'm a Python-newbie, too, so it is not the best
> Python code, I think, but it works:
That's it, thank you very much, it looks realy easy, I always thought
about regualr expressions. Let me see if I understand what you've
Import of the split function from the string module
> from string import split
Import of the sys module
> import sys
Read in the whole file, line by line
> for line in open('in.txt', 'r').readlines():
Split every line in fields, but how does python know where to split??
> fields = split(line)
If the field is empty, go on
> if len(fields) == 0: continue
If the first field is a '#'
> if fields == '#':
Save the last field in the variable 'lastNumber'
> lastNumber = fields[len(fields) - 1]
Else write the value of the 'lastNumber' to stdout
I don't understand this
> for field in fields:
> sys.stdout.write('|' + field)
> Send any questions to this newsgroup, if you don't understand something.
> BW: Any experts who can improve it more Python-like?
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