comparing all values of a list to regex
manuel at hendel.net
Fri Sep 27 11:13:25 CEST 2002
Sorry for forgetting some details.
On Fri, Sep 27, 2002 at 08:07:24AM +0000, Alex Martelli wrote:
> def classify(login_email):
> l_e = login_email.split(',')
I think that I nearly understand what you are doing here. But I don't
understand the assert part. I already checked at the documentations
but this doesn't helped me at all.
> assert 1 <= len(l_e) <= 2, "More than one comma in (%s)" % login_email
> if len(l_e)==2: return 2 # both
> elif l_e.find('@'): return 1 # email, I guess
> else return 0 # other case (local account, I guess)
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You should have been, you could have been, you may have been." Yes, yes, yes,
yes, yes. It was like unfinished business in my life. I couldn't say no to it
this time around.
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