How can I use python for file processing

yinglcs at gmail.com yinglcs at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 08:05:11 CEST 2007


Hi,

I am trying to use python for file processing.
Suppose I have a file like this:
I want to build a Hashmap between the line "begin_QOS_statistics" and
"end_QOS_statistics"
and for each line I want to put the first text as the key of the hash
table and the second text as the value.



Received RTCP "BYE" on "audio/MPA" subsession (after 89 seconds)
Received RTCP "BYE" on "video/MP4V-ES" subsession (after 89 seconds)
begin_QOS_statistics
server_availability     100
stream_availability     100
subsession      video/MP4V-ES
num_packets_received    3529
num_packets_lost        0
elapsed_measurement_time        82.302305
kBytes_received_total   3756.422000
measurement_sampling_interval_ms        100
kbits_per_second_min    0.000000
kbits_per_second_ave    365.134075
kbits_per_second_max    2634.760139
packet_loss_percentage_min      0.000000
packet_loss_percentage_ave      0.000000
packet_loss_percentage_max      0.000000
inter_packet_gap_ms_min 2147483.647000
inter_packet_gap_ms_ave 0.000000
inter_packet_gap_ms_max 0.000000
subsession      audio/MPA
num_packets_received    1414
num_packets_lost        0
elapsed_measurement_time        82.302305
kBytes_received_total   1187.644000
measurement_sampling_interval_ms        100
kbits_per_second_min    0.000000
kbits_per_second_ave    115.442113
kbits_per_second_max    1132.007640
packet_loss_percentage_min      0.000000
packet_loss_percentage_ave      0.000000
packet_loss_percentage_max      0.000000
inter_packet_gap_ms_min 0.022000
inter_packet_gap_ms_ave 52.214517
inter_packet_gap_ms_max 140.955000
end_QOS_statistics




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