Python collections.html() Examples

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Example #1
Source File:    From metaknowledge with GNU General Public License v2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def _bibFormatter(s, maxLength):
    """Formats a string, list or number to make it good for a bib file by:
        * if too long splits up the string correctly
        * tries to use the best quoting characters
        * expands lists into ' and ' seperated values, as per spec for authors field
    Note, this does not escape characters. LaTeX may have issues with the output
    Max length splitting derived from
    if isinstance(s, list):
        s = ' and '.join((str(v) for v in s))
    elif not isinstance(s, str):
        s = str(s)
    if len(s) > maxLength:
        s = s.replace('"', '')
        s = [s[i * maxLength: (i + 1) * maxLength] for i in range(len(s) // maxLength )]
        s = '"{}"'.format('" # "'.join(s))
    elif '"' not in s:
        s = '"{}"'.format(s)
        s = s.replace('{', '\\{').replace('}', '\\}')
        s = '{{{}}}'.format(s)
    return s 
Example #2
Source File:    From appmetrics with Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _do_add(self, value):
        # No need for explicit lock - deques should be thread-safe:
Example #3
Source File:    From metaknowledge with GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def createCitation(self, multiCite = False):
        """Creates a citation string, using the same format as other WOS citations, for the [Record](./Record.html#metaknowledge.Record) by reading the relevant special tags (`'year'`, `'J9'`, `'volume'`, `'beginningPage'`, `'DOI'`) and using it to create a [Citation](./Citation.html#metaknowledge.citation.Citation) object.

        # Parameters

        _multiCite_ : `optional [bool]`

        > Default `False`, if `True` a tuple of Citations is returned with each having a different one of the records authors as the author

        # Returns


        > A [Citation](./Citation.html#metaknowledge.citation.Citation) object containing a citation for the Record.
        #Need to put the import here to avoid circular import issues
        from .citation import Citation
        valsLst = []
        if multiCite:
            auths = []
            for auth in self.get("authorsShort", []):
                auths.append(auth.replace(',', ''))
            if self.get("authorsShort", False):
                valsLst.append(self['authorsShort'][0].replace(',', ''))
        if self.get("year", False):
        if self.get("j9", False):
        elif self.get("title", False):
            #No j9 means its probably book so using the books title/leaving blank
            valsLst.append(self.get('title', ''))
        if self.get("volume", False):
            valsLst.append('V' + str(self.get('volume')))
        if self.get("beginningPage", False):
            valsLst.append('P' + str(self.get('beginningPage')))
        if self.get("DOI", False):
            valsLst.append('DOI ' + self.get('DOI'))
        if multiCite and len(auths) > 0:
            return(tuple((Citation(', '.join([a] + valsLst)) for a in auths)))
        elif multiCite:
            return Citation(', '.join(valsLst)),
            return Citation(', '.join(valsLst))