How to use 'python match object' in Python

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323def is_match(self, object_to_match):
324 """
325 If `match_type` attribute is `MATCH_ALL`, return `True` if `object_to_match`
326 matches all specified filter rules and all top-level subfilters return
327 `True`. Otherwise return `False`.
328
329 If `match_type` attribute is `MATCH_ANY`, return `True` if `object_to_match`
330 matches at least one specified filter rule or at least one top-level
331 subfilter returns `True`. Otherwise return `False`.
332
333 If no filter rules are specified, return `True`.
334 """
335 if not self._filter_items:
336 return True
337
338 if self._match_type == self.MATCH_ALL:
339 return self._is_match_all(object_to_match)
340 elif self._match_type == self.MATCH_ANY:
341 return self._is_match_any(object_to_match)
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