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frozenset() -> empty frozenset object
frozenset(iterable) -> frozenset object

Build an immutable unordered collection of unique elements.

src/p/l/plexnet-HEAD/third_party/python/babel/plural.py   plexnet(Download)
import re
 
from babel.util import frozenset, set
 
__all__ = ['PluralRule', 'RuleError', 'to_gettext', 'to_javascript',
    rules = property(rules, doc=rules.__doc__)
 
    tags = property(lambda x: frozenset([i[0] for i in x.abstract]), doc="""
        A set of explicitly defined tags in this rule.  The implicit default
        ``'other'`` rules is not part of this set unless there is an explicit

src/f/i/FireCheckIn-HEAD/kay/lib/babel/plural.py   FireCheckIn(Download)
import re
 
from babel.util import frozenset, set
 
__all__ = ['PluralRule', 'RuleError', 'to_gettext', 'to_javascript',
    rules = property(rules, doc=rules.__doc__)
 
    tags = property(lambda x: frozenset([i[0] for i in x.abstract]), doc="""
        A set of explicitly defined tags in this rule.  The implicit default
        ``'other'`` rules is not part of this set unless there is an explicit

src/k/a/kay-HEAD/kay/lib/babel/plural.py   kay(Download)
import re
 
from babel.util import frozenset, set
 
__all__ = ['PluralRule', 'RuleError', 'to_gettext', 'to_javascript',
    rules = property(rules, doc=rules.__doc__)
 
    tags = property(lambda x: frozenset([i[0] for i in x.abstract]), doc="""
        A set of explicitly defined tags in this rule.  The implicit default
        ``'other'`` rules is not part of this set unless there is an explicit

src/b/a/babel-HEAD/babel/plural.py   babel(Download)
import re
 
from babel.util import frozenset, set
 
__all__ = ['PluralRule', 'RuleError', 'to_gettext', 'to_javascript',
    rules = property(rules, doc=rules.__doc__)
 
    tags = property(lambda x: frozenset([i[0] for i in x.abstract]), doc="""
        A set of explicitly defined tags in this rule.  The implicit default
        ``'other'`` rules is not part of this set unless there is an explicit