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unzip 1.1

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  • Language: Python
  • Platform: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
  • License: Other Free / Open Source License - Python License
  • Databases: N/A
  • Downloads: 401
  • Released: Jun 7, 2007

unzip 1.1 Description

unzip script defines a function that represents the opposite of the zip function used for strings operations. As an alternative you could use the function call zip(zip()).

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