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A library for generating random strings from a valid regular expression.

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Xeger

Library to generate random strings from regular expressions.

To install, type:

pip install xeger

To use, type:

>>> from xeger import Xeger
>>> x = Xeger(limit=10)  # default limit = 10
>>> x.xeger("/json/([0-9]+)")
u'/json/15062213'

About

Code borrowed and cleaned up from the python module rstr by Leap Frog Development <http://jpmens.net/2010/04/26/resty/>, in turn inspired by the Java library Xeger <http://code.google.com/p/xeger/>.

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