#python - Mon 19 Mar 2007 between 04:52 and 04:59

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jmhodgesomg
its in SGMLParser
it matches the attributes in a tag
its not my code
TFKylejmhodges: I don't see an empty [] block there, maybe I'm just blind though
bytecolorr'\[\]' will match '[]'
jmhodges"|[]["
TFKylenvm, I'm blind
jmhodgesTFKyle: after all the quotes stuff
ah, there yes
see what i mean guys?
i have no idea why its there
jburdAn empty character set?
actionTFKyle has no idea either
TFKylehas no idea either
r2d4Hi. Does anyone have any good recommendations for a module that handles a tree data structure and supports searching/querying? I am currently looking at pytables.
jburdThe third line of that post has |[][
jmhodgesjburd: right
jburdAn empty character set.
TFKylehmm
jmhodgescould it be some black magic to get around a problem with the * at the end of the large character set to the right?
TFKylelooks like you can do that if it's continued by another valid set
probably merges the two or something
jmhodgeshunh
TFKyleso It'd probably be safe to remove
er, or maybe not
jburdNo. []a] is an example from the docs.
TFKyleah, yep
jburdTo match ] you must include it as the first character in the character set.
TFKylejburd: except it's not like that
jburdYeah.
TFKyleoh, I see
jmhodgesjburd: see, i thought that too.. doesn't match up with the docs
TFKyle: ?
jburdTo include a `]' in a character set, you must make it the first character. For example, `[]a]' matches `]' or `a'. To include a `-', you must use it in a context where it cannot possibly indicate a range: that is, as the first character, or immediately after a range.
TFKyleso it matches ] and [ as well
jburdThat's what I read.
Yes.
TFKyleindeed, it does
jmhodgesOH
holy crap

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