7 examples of 'python string tokenizer' in Python

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13def tokenize(st):
14 return " ".join([str(x) for x in tokenizer(st)])
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20@pytest.mark.parametrize(
21 "text,expected",
22 [
23 ("Hello %s", ["Hello ", "%s"]),
24 ("Hello %(username)s", ["Hello ", "%(username)s"]),
25 ("Hello %(user)s%(name)s", ["Hello ", "%(user)s", "%(name)s"]),
26 ("Hello {username}", ["Hello ", "{username}"]),
27 ("Hello {user}{name}", ["Hello ", "{user}", "{name}"]),
28 ("Products and Services", ["Products and Services"]),
29 ],
30)
31def test_python_tokenizing(text, expected):
32 vartok = VariableTokenizer(["python-format", "python-brace-format"])
33 assert vartok.tokenize(text) == expected
487def _default_tokenizer(s):
488 """Default string tokenizer which splits on newlines."""
489 return s.split('\n')
210def __init__(self, string):
211 """Prepare to tokenize the provided code.
212
213 :param str string: The source code, as a string.
214 """
215 assert "\t" not in string, (
216 "Remove tabs from code before attempting to tokenize. "
217 "We don't provide meaningful token positions for code "
218 "that has tabs in it."
219 )
220
221 # Add a dummy whitespace character to end the last token.
222 self._string = string + "\n"
223
224 # The 'cursor' is the index into the source code string where we
225 # currently are. We advance this as we consume tokens.
226 self._cursor = 0
227
228 # The row and column corresponding to the cursor. When we hit a newline
229 # character, the row increments and the column is set to zero.
230 self._row = 0
231 self._column = 0
161def __init__(self, string):
162 """Tokenize the provided code."""
163 # Add a dummy whitespace character to end the last token.
164 self._string = string + "\n"
165 self._cursor = 0
166
167 self._row = 0
168 self._column = 0
67def tokenize(self, input):
68 self.rv = []
69 self.lineno = 1
70 super(ASDLScanner, self).tokenize(input)
71 return self.rv
180def split(self, text):
181 return text.split()

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