option argument length
nicolas at stormvault.net
Mon Dec 5 01:38:53 CET 2005
I don't think that's actually what you want to do. Yes arguments are not to
be used directly as option arguments (otherwise why have option arguments
anyways ;-) but each option argument is usually evaluated under the
evaluation of the actual option and optparse will error on invalid use of
the options you build.
Why exactly do you think you need to find the number of optional arguments?
Everytime I thought about the need for this kind of option parsing design I
was able to find an easier way to achieve what I wanted to do.
See "How optik handles errors" -
If you really think you need to be doing this, you can modify the following
Returns True or False if an option is set or not.
values = options.__dict__.values()
return (values == [None] * len(values))
On 12/4/05, Ritesh Raj Sarraf <rrs at researchut.com> wrote:
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> I'm using optparse module to parse all options and arguments.
> My program uses mostly "option arguments" hence my len(args) value is
> zero. I need to check if the user has passed the correct number of "option
> arguments". Something like:
> (options,args) = parser.parse_args()
> len(options) != 1 or len(options) > 2:
> print "Incorrect number of arguments passed."
> How do I accomplish it ?
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