text wrapping help

Sick Monkey sickcodemonkey at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 02:10:11 CET 2007

I am not certain if I understand your problem, but I think you are just
trying to read in a string and create a visable matrix.  If that is true,
then may some of the code below will work.  This is in no way elegant.

count = 1
width = 2                  #the width of your matrix
string="aaaaaaaaaa"        #input string to piece up
final=""                   #output string
for character in string:
  if count == width :
     final = "%s%s\n" % (final,character)
     count = 1
     final = "%s%s" % (final,character)
     count += 1
print final

On 28 Feb 2007 16:06:08 -0800, Ryan K <ryankaskel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to text wrap a string but not using the textwrap module. I
> have 24x9 "matrix"  and the string needs to be text wrapped according
> to those dimensions. Is there a known algorithm for this? Maybe some
> kind of regular expression? I'm having difficulty programming the
> algorithm. Thanks,
> Ryan
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