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21def splitter(line):
22 return line.split()
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158def splitLines(line) :
159
160 global sedanCount
161 global hatchbackCount
162
163 #Use broadcast variable to do comparison and set accumulator
164 if sedanText.value in line:
165 sedanCount +=1
166 if hatchbackText.value in line:
167 hatchbackCount +=1
168
169 return line.split(",")
31@staticmethod
32def _cleverSplit(line):
33 # Split tokens (keeping quoted strings intact).
34
35 PATTERN = re.compile(r"""(
36 \s | \] | \[ | \, | = | # Match whitespace, braces, comma, =
37 ".*?[^\\]" | '.*?[^\\]' # Match single/double-quotes.
38 )""", re.X)
39 return [p for p in PATTERN.split(line) if p.strip()]
38def SplitLine(line):
39 """Splits the line controls off of a line.
40
41 >>> SplitLine(' > This is my line (2s)')
42 (' > This is my line', '2s')
43 >>> SplitLine(' > This one has no controls')
44 (' > This one has no controls', None)
45 >>> SplitLine(' > This has an escaped control (&see)')
46 (' > This has an escaped control (see)', None)
47 >>> SplitLine(' world (20,)')
48 (' world', '20,')
49
50 Args:
51 line: The line to split
52 Returns:
53 (line, control string)
54 """
55 match = REGEX.CONTROL_BLOCK.match(line)
56 if match:
57 return match.groups()
58 unescape = REGEX.ESCAPED_BLOCK.match(line)
59 if unescape:
60 return ('%s (%s)' % unescape.groups(), None)
61 return (line, None)
482@staticmethod
483def splitline(line):
484 """
485 Splits a line into pieces based on common delimiters
486 :param line: A single line of text
487 :return: list of values
488 """
489 # Initial try for CSV (split on ,)
490 toks = line.split(',')
491 # Now try SCSV (split on ;)
492 if len(toks) < 2:
493 toks = line.split(';')
494 # Now go for whitespace
495 if len(toks) < 2:
496 toks = line.split()
497 return toks
50def split_words(line):
51 def unquote(x):
52 if x and x[0] == '"':
53 return x[1:-1]
54 else:
55 return x
56
57 if '"' in line:
58 # handle quoted arguments
59 return [ unquote(x) for x in re_word.findall(line) ]
60 else:
61 # shortcut for the bulk of cases
62 return line.split()
153def _parse_line(sep, line):
154 """
155 parse a grub commands/config with format: cmd{sep}opts
156 Returns: (name, value): value can be None
157 """
158 strs = line.split(sep, 1)
159 return (strs[0].strip(), None) if len(strs) == 1 else (strs[0].strip(), strs[1].strip())
37def split(line):
38 """
39 Operator function for splitting a line with csv module
40 """
41 reader = csv.reader(StringIO(line))
42 return reader.next()
126def split_string(input_string):
127 '''Split a string to a list and strip it
128 :param input_string: A string that contains semicolons as separators.
129 '''
130 string_splitted = input_string.split(';')
131 # Remove whitespace at the beginning and end of each string
132 strings_striped = [string.strip() for string in string_splitted]
133 return strings_striped
40def default_split(line):
41 return line.split()

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