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Author noam
Recipients georg.brandl, noam
Date 2008-06-02.11:33:19
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The documentation of the tokenize module says: "The line passed is the
*logical* line; continuation lines are included."

Some background: The tokenize module splits a python source into tokens,
and says for each token where it begins and where it ends, in the format
of (row, offset). This note in the documentation made me think that
continuation lines are considered as one line, and made me break my head
how I should find the offset of the token in the original string. The
truth is that the row number is simply the index of the line as returned
by the readline function, and it's very simple to reconstruct the string

I suggest that this will be changed to something like "The line passed
is the index of the string returned by the readline function, plus 1.
That is, the first string returned is called line 1, the second is
called line 2, and so on."

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2008-06-02 11:33:32noamsetspambayes_score: 0.0392973 -> 0.039297316
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2008-06-02 11:33:32noamsetspambayes_score: 0.0392973 -> 0.0392973
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