How to modify this script?

Kurt Hansen kurt at ugyldig.invalid
Mon Jan 7 17:42:40 CET 2013


Den 06/01/13 16.12, chaouche yacine skrev:
> I'm not confident this would run on gedit. It works on a python
> interpreter if you have a file named data.txt in the same directory
> containing your sample data.
>
> It surely has to do with how gedit works then, because the "$" sign
> isn't used in python, this business should be a gedit convention. And
> sorry, I can't help on that, I'm not a user of gedit myself. Fortunately
> others have answered and I beleive one of the solutions worked for you.

It does not seem to be the case :-(

Thank you for trying to help.

> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *From:* Kurt Hansen <kurt at ugyldig.invalid>
> *To:* python-list at python.org
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 6, 2013 3:21 PM
> *Subject:* Re: How to modify this script?
>
> Den 06/01/13 15.01, chaouche yacine wrote:
>  > Well, I'm not answering your question since I am rewriting the script,
>  > because I prefer it this way :)
>  >
>  > def addline(line):
>  >      return "<tr>%s</tr>\n" % line
> [cut]
>
> I surpose I shall put your code between $< and >?
>
>  > printed
>  >
>  >  >>> <table>
>  > <tr><td colspan='3'>Price table</td></tr>
>  > <tr><td>1 </td><td> Green apple </td><td> $1</td></tr>
>  > <tr><td>5 </td><td> Green apples </td><td> $4</td></tr>
>  > <tr><td>10 </td><td> Green apples </td><td> $7</td></tr>
>  > </table>
>  >  >>>
>
> Aha, so you tested it yourself?
>
> When running this in Gedit on four lines of tab-separated text the
> output is:
>
> %s</tr>\n" % line
>
> def addcolumn(item,nb_columns):
>      if nb_columns != 3:
>          return "<td colspan='%s'>%s</td>" % (3 - nb_columns + 1, item)
>      return "<td>%s</td>" % item
>
> output = "<table>\n"
> for line in file("data.txt"):
>      items = line.strip().split("\t")
>      columns = ""
>      for item in items :
>          columns += addcolumn(item,len(items))
>      output  += addline(columns)
>
>
> output += "</table>"
> print output
>  >
> -- Venlig hilsen
> Kurt Hansen
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>
>


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