3 examples of 'python print args' in Python

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9def print_args(args):
10 print(' ' * 26 + 'Options')
11 for k, v in vars(args).items():
12 print(' ' * 26 + k + ': ' + str(v))
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161def print_arguments(args):
162 # We display the number of proxies
163 if args.number_of_proxies > 0:
164 number = args.number_of_proxies
165 else:
166 number = 'all'
167 print('[info] number of proxies: {0}'.format(number))
168
169 # We display the first five countries
170 if len(args.countries_list) <= 5:
171 countries = args.countries_list
172 else:
173 countries = '{0} and {1} more'
174 countries = countries.format(args.countries_list[0:5],
175 len(args.countries_list) - 5)
176 print('[info] countries: {0}'.format(countries))
177
178 # We display the ports
179 if args.ports:
180 ports = args.ports
181 else:
182 ports = 'all'
183 print('[info] ports: {0}'.format(ports))
184
185 # We display the protocols
186 print('[info] protocols: {0}'.format(args.protocols))
187
188 # We display the anonymity levels
189 anonymity_levels = ['None', 'Low', 'Medium', 'High']
190 if args.keep_alive:
191 anonymity_levels.append('High +KA')
192 print('[info] anonymity: {0}'.format(
193 anonymity_levels[args.anonymity:]))
194
195 # We display the speed levels
196 speed_levels = ['Slow', 'Medium', 'High']
197 print('[info] speed: {0}'.format(speed_levels[args.speed - 1:]))
198
199 # We display the speed levels
200 connection_time_levels = ['Slow', 'Medium', 'High']
201 print('[info] connection time: {0}'.format(
202 connection_time_levels[args.connection_time - 1:]))
163def pyPrint(stuff):
164 stuff = 'PY:' + stuff + "\n"
165 sys.stdout.write(stuff)

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