Note that the existence of a linebuffer makes the will display an interactive interface which can be used to download and install new packages.
There are two types of feature structure, implemented by two subclasses of a feature without a value).
Two feature structures that represent (potentially overlapping) information about the same object can be combined by unification.
This is useful for reducing the number of open file handles when many zip files are being accessed at once. This buffer consists of a list of unicode strings, where each string corresponds to a single line.
The final element of the list may or may not be a complete line.
Feature structure variables are encoded using the class.
The variables’ values are tracked using a bindings dictionary, which maps variables to their values.
Feature structures may contain reentrant feature values.
A “reentrant feature value” is a single feature value that can be accessed via multiple feature paths.
However, it is possible to track the bindings of variables if you choose to, by supplying your own initial bindings dictionary to the A mapping from feature identifiers to feature values, where each feature value is either a basic value (such as a string or an integer), or a nested feature structure. \d ')), ('read_sym_value', re.compile('[a-z A-Z_][a-z A-Z0-9_]*')), ('read_app_value', re.compile('A table indicating how feature values should be processed.