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Easy input validation for python

Project description

Easy input validation for python

Installation

pip install ask

Usage

>>> from ask import ask, askChar, askInt, askString, askPassword, askEmail, askBool, explain
>>> ask()
# Creates an empty input query here

>>> askInt('Your age')
Your age
# Input here (Only accepts integers)

>>> askString("What's your name?")
What's your name?
# Input here

>>> askChar('Do you want to proceed?', ['y','n'])
Do you want to proceed? (y/n)
# Input here (Only accepts 'y' and 'n')

>>> askChar('Do you want to install this?', ['y','n'], 'y')
Do you want to install this? (y/n) [y]
# Input here (Only accepts 'y' and 'n', you can hit enter to use the default 'y')

>>> askBool('Do you want to continue?')
Do you want to continue (y/n)
# Input here (automatically generates the possibilites 'y' and 'n')

>>> askEmail()
# Input here (only accepts email-adresses)

>> askPassword()
# Masked input here

>> explain()
# Prints explanation:
Attention: Input prompts follow this template:
"Question (answer1, answer2, answer3) [default_answer]"
(You can just hit enter to chose the default answer)

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