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Dictionary-like objects which allow multiple keys

Python dictionaries map a key to a value.  Duplicate keys are not
allowed, and new entries replace old ones with the same key.  Order is
not otherwise preserved, so there's no way to get the items in the
order they were added to a dictionary.

Some types of data is best stored in dictionary-like object which
allow multiple values per key.  Some of these need the input order
strongly preserved, so the items can be retrieved in the same order as(more...)

src/l/o/loggerglue-1.0/loggerglue/util/MultiDict.py   loggerglue(Download)
def _test():
    import doctest, MultiDict
    return doctest.testmod(MultiDict)
 
if __name__ == "__main__":

src/w/r/Wrappyr-HEAD/wrappyr/utils/MultiDict.py   Wrappyr(Download)
def _test():
    import doctest, MultiDict
    return doctest.testmod(MultiDict)
 
if __name__ == "__main__":

src/e/u/eutils-HEAD/EUtils/parse.py   eutils(Download)
import codecs, time, urllib, re, htmlentitydefs
from xml.sax import xmlreader, SAXException
import Datatypes, ReseekFile, MultiDict
from xml.sax.handler import feature_external_ges
import POM

src/e/u/eutils-HEAD/EUtils/MultiDict.py   eutils(Download)
def _test():
    import doctest, MultiDict
    return doctest.testmod(MultiDict)
 
if __name__ == "__main__":

src/h/a/Hanyuu-sama-HEAD/MultiDict.py   Hanyuu-sama(Download)
def _test():
    import doctest
    import MultiDict
    return doctest.testmod(MultiDict)