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Which one to use: generate_tokens or tokenize?

According to the Python documentation:

18.5 tokenize -- Tokenizer for Python source
The primary entry point is a generator:
generate_tokens (readline)
An older entry point is retained for backward compatibility:
tokenize(readli ne[, tokeneater])
Does this mean that one should preferably use generate_tokens ? If so,
what are the advantages?

André Roberge
Jul 18 '05 #1
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[Andr? Roberge]
According to the Python documentation:

18.5 tokenize -- Tokenizer for Python source
The primary entry point is a generator:
generate_tokens (readline)
An older entry point is retained for backward compatibility:
tokenize(readli ne[, tokeneater])
Does this mean that one should preferably use generate_tokens ?
If so, what are the advantages?

Be adventurous: try them both. You'll figure it out quickly. If you
have to endure "an explanation" first, read PEP 255, where
tokenize.tokeni ze was used as an example motivating the desirability
of introducing generators.
Jul 18 '05 #2

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