how to make format operator % work with unicode as expected
yantao at telus.com
Sun Jan 27 06:48:48 CET 2008
For sure I can calculate the number of characters and do the padding myself,
but what's the point, and i surely hope that python does it for me.
"Peter Pei" <yantao at telus.com> wrote in message
news:cjTmj.43610$fj2.37903 at edtnps82...
>I am using things like "%-20s%-60s%-10s" in tkinter listbox to make it look
>like a table, with mono sized font like lucie system. But this does not
>work with data contains "Les misérables", because it is unicode, and one
>byte is not neccessary one character. Now how can I resolve this issue?
> My issue is "how to make format operator % work with unicode as expected",
> and has nothing to do with tkinter. If I want to use a table widget or
> something, I can. But that's not the question.
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