template strings for matching?
tino at wildenhain.de
Thu Oct 9 14:52:24 CEST 2008
Joe Strout wrote:
> Catching up on what's new in Python since I last used it a decade ago,
> I've just been reading up on template strings. These are pretty cool!
> However, just as a template string has some advantages over %
> substitution for building a string, it seems like it would have
> advantages over manually constructing a regex for string matching.
> So... is there any way to use a template string for matching? I
> expected something like:
> templ = Template("The $object in $location falls mainly in the $subloc.")
> d = templ.match(s)
> and then d would either by None (if s doesn't match), or a dictionary
> with values for 'object', 'location', and 'subloc'.
> But I couldn't find anything like that in the docs. Am I overlooking
Yeah, its a bit hard to spot:
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