gregp_ky at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 26 21:58:05 CET 2010
On 12/26/2010 03:12 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On 12/26/10, Gregory Pittman wrote:
>> the line before that one should have been indented:
>> singlequote_flag = 'inside'
>> should line up with the line above it. Python thinks the elif came out
>> of nowhere.
> I never quite understood my reluctance to study Python. Thanks to you
> I now know one good excuse for my laziness :) And that's coming from
> someone who studied Pascal back at school with its [ugh, Pascal's]
> line length limit.
> Sadly, autoquote 2 still doesn't handle nested quotes in Russian.
> For "blah "blah"" I now get «blah »blah«»
what is it you want to see? This is hard to find out from the web, since
most websites don't use typographic quotes, and for several languages
there are various accepted possiblities.
What I saw in French was that one could use nested guillemets like this:
«blah «blah» -- a bit tricky to implement
ie, the right-pointing guillemets cover for both of the two sets
pointing left. If this is possible:
then one might achieve this with "blah 'blah'" by using double
guillemets for double and single quote replacements.
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