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Author skip.montanaro
Recipients Martin.Budaj, andrewmcnamara, ned.deily, r.david.murray, skip.montanaro
Date 2010-12-19.15:55:40
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Also, this comment in test_csv.py puzzles me:

        # given that all three lines in sample3 are equal,
        # I think that any character could have been 'guessed' as the
        # delimiter, depending on dictionary order

As a human looking at sample3 it's obvious the '?' should
be the delimiter.  I can understand it picking '/' instead,
but it shouldn't punt.  (I stumbled upon this while trying
to make "," be the default delimiter instead of None when
none of the regular expressions matched.)
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2010-12-19 15:55:44skip.montanarosetrecipients: + skip.montanaro, andrewmcnamara, ned.deily, r.david.murray, Martin.Budaj
2010-12-19 15:55:44skip.montanarosetmessageid: <1292774144.39.0.615692024621.issue10515@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
2010-12-19 15:55:40skip.montanarolinkissue10515 messages
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