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Programming kata to parse output from fictitious OCR machine

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My first code kata. Written to teach myself TDD and pytest.

You can find the kata specifications in kata.txt and the latest version at http://codingdojo.org/cgi-bin/index.pl?KataBankOCR

Installation:

pip install KataBankOCR

Example Syntax:

parse input.txt
parse input.txt output.txt
cat input.txt | parse -
cat input.txt | parse - output.txt

Example Input Files:

site-packages/parse/test/input_files/basic.txt
site-packages/parse/test/input_files/advanced.txt

Tests:

pip install pytest
py.test lib/python2.7/site-packages/parse
Questions / Comments:
KataBankOCR@JasonGreen.Name

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