Importing an output from another function

John Salerno johnjsal at
Sat Mar 18 21:37:05 CET 2006

Byte wrote:
> "Try this (I think its called "argument expansion", but I really don't
> know what its called, so I can't point you to docs):"
> This works, thanks. But how acn I get rid of the ugly surrounding
> brackets and commas?
> e.g. If the scripts overall output was  (('B', 'C'),), how to change it
> to just B C?

You can get rid of the outer parentheses by removing the asterisk from 
the parameter list. But the other parentheses: ('B', 'C') will remain, 
because it's a tuple. You can access the values by indexing.

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