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convert to Python 2/3 compatible style

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Robyn Speer 3 years ago
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ohnosay.py

@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
#!/usr/bin/env python
from __future__ import unicode_literals, print_function
# MIT License
#
@ -71,7 +72,7 @@ def chunk_lines(s):
def main(args):
"""does some things. oh no"""
if not args:
print USAGE
print(USAGE)
return
single_panel = False
@ -102,13 +103,13 @@ def main(args):
# now both lines are the same length
num_lines = len(lines_1)
comic = re.sub('-', u'\u203e', TEMPLATE).split('\n')
oh_no = re.sub('-', u'\u203e', OH_NO).split('\n')
comic = re.sub('-', '\u203e', TEMPLATE).split('\n')
oh_no = re.sub('-', '\u203e', OH_NO).split('\n')
# this got hacky and gross. oh no
for i, _ in enumerate(comic):
if i == 2:
for j in xrange(num_lines):
for j in range(num_lines):
left_centered = lines_1[j].center(len(TO_REPLACE))
left = re.sub(TO_REPLACE, left_centered, comic[2])
middle_centered = lines_2[j].center(len(TO_REPLACE))
@ -116,21 +117,21 @@ def main(args):
if single_panel:
middle = ''
if j == num_lines - 3:
print left + middle + oh_no[1]
print(left + middle + oh_no[1])
elif j == num_lines - 2:
print left + middle + ' | oh |'
print(left + middle + ' | oh |')
elif j == num_lines - 1:
print left + middle + ' | no |'
print(left + middle + ' | no |')
else:
print left + middle
print(left + middle)
else:
oh_no_line = oh_no[i]
if num_lines > 2 and i == 1:
oh_no_line = ''
if single_panel:
print comic[i] + oh_no_line
print(comic[i] + oh_no_line)
else:
print comic[i] + comic[i] + oh_no_line
print(comic[i] + comic[i] + oh_no_line)
if __name__ == '__main__':

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