hst at empolis.co.uk
Tue Sep 10 14:44:57 CEST 2002
Erik Price wrote:
> On Tuesday, September 10, 2002, at 06:13 AM, Harvey Thomas wrote:
> > I'm trying to pickle a complicated data structure which includes a
> > dictionary whose entries are created by (simplified):
> > a[x] = re.compile(y).match
> > The pickle fails, however, with the error:
> > PicklingError: Can't pickle <built-in method match of
> > object at
> > 0x00838700>: it's not found as __main__.match
> > I'd be grateful if someone could tell me if it is possible
> to pickle
> > the data structure and what I'm doing wrongly.
> Are you trying to store the MatchObject returned by a call to
> a regular
> expression object's match() method? If so, it looks like you're
> forgetting the parens at the end of "re.compile(y).match".
No, I haven't forgotten the parentheses. I'd like to pickle the match method of the compiled regular expression.
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