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Dictionary string parser

Hi,

is there any library or some way to parse dictionary string with list,
string and int objects into a real Python dictionary?

For example:
my_dict = dict_parser("{'test':'123','hehe':['hooray',1]}")


I could use eval() but it's not very fast nor secure.

Thanks, Sebastjan
Nov 22 '05 #1
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