What's this vText() annotation mean?
arnodel at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 2 20:00:21 CET 2010
tinnews at isbd.co.uk writes:
> What does this vText() annotation mean in a returned list:-
> [['Apr 19', vText(u'PAYE'), ''],
It means your list contains an instance of a class whose __repr__()
method returns "vText(u'PAYE')". If it follows common practice, the
class is probably named "vText". You are likely to be importing and
using a module that defines a class called "vText". I don't know such a
module, I don't think it's in the standard library so it would be useful
if you gave more details about the context.
A quick google for "vtext python" yields something about an iCalendar
package for python. Is it what you are using?
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