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A simple way to link strings to functions

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String-routing

Connect strings to functions. Best usage with input commands.

Usage

import route

sr = route.StringRouter()  # Construct the string router

@sr.route("login")
def login():
    print("Running login...")

To run the login function with the command:

command = input("Command: ") # Input command for example
sr.trigger(command) # <- will run the command if it has a link
Command: login

Running login...

Typing:

print(sr)

Will ouput:

{'login': <function login at 0xPOINTER>}

For each of the links connected

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