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unicode(object='') -> unicode object
unicode(string[, encoding[, errors]]) -> unicode object

Create a new Unicode object from the given encoded string.
encoding defaults to the current default string encoding.
errors can be 'strict', 'replace' or 'ignore' and defaults to 'strict'.

src/a/r/argh-0.24.1/argh/io.py   argh(Download)
    if sys.version_info > (3,0):
        # Python 3:  whatever → unicode
        return compat.text_type(value)
    else:
        # Python 2:  handle special cases
        stream_encoding = getattr(output_file, 'encoding', None)
        if stream_encoding:
            if stream_encoding.upper() == 'UTF-8':
                return compat.text_type(value)

src/a/r/argh-0.24.1/argh/dispatching.py   argh(Download)
                            lambda e: '{0.__class__.__name__}: {0}'.format(e))
 
        errors_file.write(compat.text_type(processor(e)))
        errors_file.write('\n')
 

src/a/r/argh-HEAD/argh/io.py   argh(Download)
    if sys.version_info > (3,0):
        # Python 3:  whatever → unicode
        return compat.text_type(value)
    else:
        # Python 2:  handle special cases
        stream_encoding = getattr(output_file, 'encoding', None)
        if stream_encoding:
            if stream_encoding.upper() == 'UTF-8':
                return compat.text_type(value)

src/a/r/argh-HEAD/argh/dispatching.py   argh(Download)
                            lambda e: '{0.__class__.__name__}: {0}'.format(e))
 
        errors_file.write(compat.text_type(processor(e)))
        errors_file.write('\n')
 

src/a/r/argh-0.24.1/argh/interaction.py   argh(Download)
~~~~~~~~~~~
"""
from argh.compat import text_type
from argh.io import safe_input
 

src/a/r/argh-HEAD/argh/interaction.py   argh(Download)
~~~~~~~~~~~
"""
from argh.compat import text_type
from argh.io import safe_input