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I needed to write a sed/awk Python equivalent for walking into a directory tree and renaming certain subdirectories, while also looking into all xml files on the way and replacing/modifying certain strings in those files.

It would be nicer if someone could suggest an enhanced re.sub(regex, replacement, subject) where I could replace all strings of a certain pattern with other strings of a certain pattern i.e. the second argument in...



I needed to write a Python script for a "tail -f" that displays log entries from multiple files in a given directory. The display had to be in chronological order, the first column of each log file being timestamp of the log. It should...



I needed a list for a long bunch of elements but then I didn't want duplicates. I LOVE Sets, so I use a set to get the list I needed.



I needed a version of the string.index(sub) function which returns a list of indices of ALL occurances of a substring in the string.

Is there a better/shorter/more efficient way to do this? Please share.