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This function will return a list containing the indices needed to reach an item in embedded sequences.

So deepindex([[1,2],[3,[4,[5,6]]],7,[8,9]],6) will return [1,1,1,1].

A discussion on python-dev ( ) came up with the idea of allowing arbitrary assignments::

>>> a,b,*c = (1,2,3,4,5)
>>> a

Provides a context manager that allows the user to specify a method on the passed-in object to be called when the 'with' statement is exited. This is a generalization of contextlib.closing.

This function takes in an arbitrary string and converts it into its raw string equivalent. Unfortunately x will raise a ValueError and I cannot figure out how to deal with it.

[2001-06-18: Completely reworked function for performance]

[co-authored with Philip E. Nu?ez]

Python's stdlib does not have any included library for supporting ICMP packets; both reading them or creating them. But ICMP packets are common and useful; they are used for both the traceroute and...

Ruby has the functionality of being able to add a method to a class at an arbitrary point in your code. I figured Python must have some way for allowing this to happen, and it turned out it did. The method is available instantly to all already...

This is a basic re-implementation of fileinput using generators. It supports all basic functionality that the library module has (nextfile(), lineno(), filelineno(), close(), and filename()). It also adds an __iter__() method that is a generator.

When you write a directory for a group of people, you want it grouped by last name initial and then sorted alphabetically. This recipe does just that; it creates a dictionary keyed by last name initial with a value of a tuple of names sorted in...

One of the few perks one can have when developing on Windows (at least NT or newer) is the use of the Performance Data Helper (the PDH can be found on Windows XP under the Control Panel at Administrative Tools -> Performance) for system...

textwrap is a very handy module. The problem with it, though, is that it expects to be used with individual paragraphs. But what if you want to wrap an entire document? It will still wrap the lines, but it will improperly consider it all a...