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Query String Parsing The Way It Should Be

Project Description

Python’s default urlparse.parse_qs() does not understand the concept of data structures. While this works for simple querystrings, anything more complex returns a less than desirable result.

This library will intelligently parse complex querystrings that python’s library is unable to handle such as the following:

mylist[]=item0&mylist[]=item1

mylist[0]=item0&mylist[1]=item1

mylist[0][0]=subitem0&mylist[0][1]=subitem1

mylist.element=item0

mylist.element[0]=item0&mylist.element[1]=item0

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