Collecting Rich Data Structures for students

Fredrik Lundh fredrik at pythonware.com
Wed Jan 9 13:47:41 CET 2008


kirby.urner at gmail.com wrote:

> Some have offered XML repositories, which I can well
> understand, but in this case we're looking specifically for
> legal Python modules (py files), although they don't have
> to be Latin-1 (e.g. the sushi types file might not have a
> lot of romanji).

you can of course convert any XML file to legal Python code simply by 
prepending

     from xml.etree.ElementTree import XML
     data = XML("""

and appending

     """)

and then using the ET API to navigate the data, but I guess that's not 
what you had in mind.

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