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Parse `funcname`, `args`, `kargs` from function-like string

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Introduction

Parse funcname, args, kargs from function-like string

Installation

pip install funcparse

Example

from funcparse import parse

funcname, args, kwargs = parse('say(1, 2, "Hello", a=1, b=2, c="World")')

print(funcname)
# >>> 'say'

print(args)
# >>> (1, 2, 'Hello')

print(kwargs)
# >>> {'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 'World'}

Note

It cannot parse another object(i.e. dict) with ‘=’ args in it as follows.

from funcparse import parse

# Raise Syntax Error
# Use {"from": "a", "to": "b"} instead.
funcname, args, kwargs = parse('hi(dict(from="a", to="b"))')

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