Python's optparse for human beingsApr 30, 2009, 00:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Every time we use optparse, we use it to do a number of things. Obviously we want our program to support command line options. What varies is the type of options we want to support. Some options doesn’t have additional arguments (boolean options). Others are mandatory. Some require one or more arguments. Finally, we may want options to depend on each other - i.e. we may want one option to depend on presence of another.
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