A Unicode problem -HELP

Ben Finney bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Wed May 17 04:38:28 CEST 2006


"manstey" <manstey at csu.edu.au> writes:

> input_file = open(input_file_loc, 'r')
> output_file = open(output_file_loc, 'w')
> for line in input_file:
>     output_file.write(str(word_info + parse + gloss))  # = three functions that return tuples

If you mean that 'word_info', 'parse' and 'gloss' are three functions
that return tuples, then you get that return value by calling them.

    >>> def foo():
    ...     return "foo's return value"
    ...
    >>> def bar(baz):
    ...     return "bar's return value (including '%s')" % baz
    ...
    >>> print foo()
    foo's return value
    >>> print bar
    <function bar at 0x401fe80c>
    >>> print bar("orange")
    bar's return value (including 'orange')

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