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Python strings for humans.

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Python strings for humans.

Usage:

>>> from strings import string
>>> s = string("Hello, World")
>>> s
'Hello, World'
>>> s.len()
12
>>> s.length
12
>>> s.size
12
>>> s + ", What?"
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "strings.py", line 27, in <module>
    x = s.add(", world")
  File "strings.py", line 20, in add
    return self + string(value)
  File "strings.py", line 23, in __add__
    raise NotImplementedError("Use add instead")
NotImplementedError: Use add instead
>>> s.add(", What?")
'Hello, World, What?'

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Inspired by an April Fool’s Day joke.

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