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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/k/p/kplr-0.1.11/kplr/ld.py   kplr(Download)
from six.moves import urllib
 
from .config import KPLR_ROOT
 
DB_FILENAME = "ldcoeffs.db"
    # Figure out the local filename for the database.
    if data_root is None:
        data_root = KPLR_ROOT
    filename = os.path.join(data_root, DB_FILENAME)
 

src/k/p/kplr-0.1.11/kplr/api.py   kplr(Download)
    pl = None
 
from .config import KPLR_ROOT
from . import mast
 
    def __init__(self, data_root=None):
        self.data_root = data_root
        if data_root is None:
            self.data_root = KPLR_ROOT
 

src/k/p/kplr-HEAD/kplr/ld.py   kplr(Download)
from six.moves import urllib
 
from .config import KPLR_ROOT
 
DB_FILENAME = "ldcoeffs.db"
    # Figure out the local filename for the database.
    if data_root is None:
        data_root = KPLR_ROOT
    filename = os.path.join(data_root, DB_FILENAME)
 

src/k/p/kplr-HEAD/kplr/api.py   kplr(Download)
    pl = None
 
from .config import KPLR_ROOT
from . import mast
 
    def __init__(self, data_root=None):
        self.data_root = data_root
        if data_root is None:
            self.data_root = KPLR_ROOT