6 examples of 'python split on comma' in Python

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74def split_comma_semicolon_lists(s, dtype=None):
75 """TODO
76 Parameters
77 ----------
78 s
79 Input string
80 dtype: optional
81 Data type to impose upon values
82 """
83 res = []
84 for x in s.split(";"):
85 if not ':' in x:
86 raise ValueError("Each entry must be in the form key:values,"
87 " e.g. 'targets:rest'")
88 key, s_values = x.split(':', 1)
89 values = s_values.split(',')
90 if dtype is not None:
91 values = [dtype(v) for v in values]
92 res.append((key, values))
93 return res
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118def convert_list_comma(s):
119 """
120 Return a list object from the <s>.
121 Consider <s> is comma delimited.
122 """
123 if s is None:
124 return []
125 if isinstance(s, list):
126 return s
127 return [word for word in re.split(r"\s*,\s*", s.strip()) if word != ""]
285def rsplit(a_string, sep=None, maxsplit=None):
286 parts = a_string.split(sep)
287 if maxsplit is None or len(parts) <= maxsplit:
288 return parts
289 maxsplit_index = len(parts) - maxsplit
290 non_splitted_part = sep.join(parts[:maxsplit_index])
291 splitted = parts[maxsplit_index:]
292 return [non_splitted_part] + splitted
113def split(string, char):
114 """ Split a string with a char and return always two parts"""
115 string_list = string.split(char)
116 if len(string_list) == 1:
117 return None, None
118 return char.join(string_list[:-1]), string_list[-1]
263def multi_split(s, seps):
264 res = [s]
265 for sep in seps:
266 s, res = res, []
267 for seq in s:
268 res += seq.split(sep)
269 return res
177def _split_by_comma(self, comma_delimited_text):
178 """Returns a list of the words in the comma delimited text."""
179 return comma_delimited_text.replace(" ", "").split(",")

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