pretty strange behavior of "strip" FORGET THE LAST ONE

Guy Doune cesium5500 at yahoo.ca
Fri Dec 5 15:27:39 CET 2008



Guy Doune a écrit :
> Ok, didn't show the whole problem...
>
> I will read the doc anyway, but why "questions.html" keep it "t"??
>
> >>> test=['03.html', '06.html', 'questions.html', '04.html', 
> 'toc.html', '01.html', '05.html', '07.html', '02.html', '08.html']
> >>> test[4]
> 'toc.html'
> >>> test[4].strip('.html')
> 'oc'
> >>> test[2].strip('.html')
> 'questions'
>
> Thanks.
>
> Guy
>
> Guy Doune a écrit :
>> Hi everybody,
>>
>> Could it be a bug?????
>>
>> Python 2.5.2 (r252:60911, Jul 31 2008, 17:28:52)
>> [GCC 4.2.3 (Ubuntu 4.2.3-2ubuntu7)] on linux2
>> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>> >>> test=['03.html', '06.html', 'questions.html', '04.html', 
>> 'toc.html', '01.html', '05.html', '07.html', '02.html', '08.html']
>> >>> test
>> ['03.html', '06.html', 'questions.html', '04.html', 'toc.html', 
>> '01.html', '05.html', '07.html', '02.html', '08.html']
>> >>> test[4]
>> 'toc.html'
>> >>> test[4].strip('.html')
>> 'oc'
>>
>> Can't figure out what is going on, really.
>>
>> Guy
>>
>



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