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25def strip_quotes(s):
26 return s.replace('"', '')
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42def DoubleQuote(s):
43 """Return an shell-escaped version of the string using double quotes.
44
45 Reliably quote a string which may contain unsafe characters (e.g. space
46 or quote characters), while retaining some shell features such as variable
47 interpolation.
48
49 The returned value can be used in a shell command line as one token that gets
50 to be further interpreted by the shell.
51
52 The set of characters that retain their special meaning may depend on the
53 shell implementation. This set usually includes: '$', '`', '\', '!', '*',
54 and '@'.
55
56 Args:
57 s: The string to quote.
58
59 Return:
60 The string quoted using double quotes.
61 """
62 if not s:
63 return '""'
64 elif all(c in _SafeShellChars for c in s):
65 return s
66 else:
67 return '"' + s.replace('"', '\\"') + '"'
91def stripQuotes(s):
92 if s.startswith('"') and s.endswith('"'):
93 s = s[1:-1]
94 return s
28def preserve_quotes (s):
29 """
30 Removes HTML tags around greentext.
31 """
32 return quot_pattern.sub(get_first_group, s)
11def strip_quotes(string):
12 if string.startswith('"') and string.endswith('"'):
13 return string[1:-1]
14 return string
42def strip_quotes(string):
43 """
44 Strips quotes off the ends of `string` if it is quoted
45 and returns it.
46 """
47 if len(string) >= 2:
48 if string[0] == string[-1]:
49 if string[0] in ('"', "'"):
50 string = string[1:-1]
51 return string
8def escape_double_quotes(pattern: str):
9 return pattern.replace('"', '\\"')
22def escape_quote(string):
23 return re.sub(r"[\"\']+", "", string)
216def _quote_embedded_quotes(text):
217 """
218 Quote all embedded double quotes in a string with a backslash.
219 :param text: the text to quote
220 :return: the quotes result
221 """
222 result = text
223 if isinstance(text, types.StringTypes) and '"' in text:
224 result = text.replace('"', '\\"')
225 return result
205def quote_escape(value, lf='&mjf-lf;', quot='&mjf-quot;'):
206 """
207 Escape a string so that it can safely be quoted. You should use this if the
208 value to be quoted *may* contain line-feeds or both single quotes and double
209 quotes.
210
211 If the value contains ``\n`` then it will be escaped using ``lf``. By
212 default this is ``&mjf-lf;``.
213
214 If the value contains single quotes *and* double quotes, then all double
215 quotes will be escaped using ``quot``. By default this is ``&mjf-quot;``.
216
217 >>> quote_escape('hello')
218 'hello'
219 >>> quote_escape('hello\\n')
220 'hello&mjf-lf;'
221 >>> quote_escape('hello"')
222 'hello"'
223 >>> quote_escape('hello"\\'')
224 "hello&mjf-quot;'"
225 >>> quote_escape('hello"\\'\\n', '&fish;', '&wobble;')
226 "hello&wobble;'&fish;"
227 """
228 if '\n' in value:
229 value = value.replace('\n', lf)
230 if '\'' in value and '\"' in value:
231 value = value.replace('"', quot)
232 return value

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