This function do the Euclid's algorithm. As a matter of fact, for two given polynomials n, m (which are the polynomials of the symbolic
variable "s") it gives two other polynomials x, y such that nx+my=1.
Getopt::Declare is yet another command-line argument parser, one which is specifically designed to be powerful but exceptionally easy to use. It supports many options not supported by optparser or getoptlong as well as it has a simpler syntax.
process_getopt is a wrapper around getopt for bash script developers. It saves you time, reduces the chance for errors and increases the chance that doco is actually written. It is the bash equivalent of RedHat's popt and GNU's argp for C.
Modular Getopt::Long allows you to spread out your application's options among the modules that need them, making it easier to reuse those modules in other applications without worrying about the commandline.
I am all about trying to make development easier and reduce mundane tasks, especially
dealing with commandline args and getopt, OptParse, argparse sorry just not a fan. Argparse-cli
is really cool if you want low level control. I just...
This module allows one to create a command to call a Python function from the command line, and to call that function with arguments from the command line without using getopt or optparse
When writing applications that take command-line arguments in Python, one has to make a choice between the two command-line parsing modules, getopt and optparse. Optparse though more powerful than getopt is available only since Python 2.3. Hence...
groups_euclid calls gp_euc and euclid to separate a set of harmonics into families or groups of related harmonics, each with its own fundamental tone. The euclid() function accepts two real numbers with uncertainty intervals, and returns their...
A Java command-line option parser generator, providing function similar to GNU Getopt, but much richer.
Command-line option parser: PHP5 port/rewrite of Console_Getopt, with added functionalities, and with a Web interface to run getopt-like shell commands through a browser (not implemented yet).