Category : argparse

I have the following script which simply parses arguments passed in commandline import argparse if __name__ == "__main__": parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=’My test script’) parser.add_argument(‘-somearg’, dest=’somearg’, type=str, required=True, help=’Help yourself’) parser.add_argument("-somemorearg", dest=’somemorearg’, action=’store_true’, help=’Help yourself’) # Treated as boolean if passed in parser.add_argument("-somemoreargagain", dest=’somemoreargagain’, action=’store_true’, help=’Help yourself’) # Treated as boolean if passed in args = ..

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Usecase: I am using python argparser and collecting user input as arguments. Suppose user is allowed to provide input for arguments foo and bar. I want to restrict it, saying user can either provide values for argument foo or bar, not for both at the same time. Sample code: import argparse my_parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() my_parser.add_argument(‘foo’, ..

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I am making a modularly extendable application in Python that has some common abstract code and can have multiple implementations that in the end achieve same goal. Implementation will be added by creating new python modules in the root. Implementations will be selected by a CLI argument –impl <implementation-name>. Implementations will share some general argument ..

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How to throw error is someone gives an –inputlist but without a –update_golden? gp = ap.add_argument_group(morph("Other options")) gp.add_argument(‘–update_golden’, action=’store_true’, help=’It will update all golden data based on Regression ID, user can provide testlist if data to be updated for selected tests only.’) gp.add_argument(‘–inputlist’, type=str, default=None, help=’List of Input, only if –update_golden is true’) Is it ..

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I need to run my program as portscan [OPTIONS] IP_ADDRESS [{tcp|udp}[/[PORT|PORT-PORT],…]]… For this task I used argparse module. Everything that goes up to and including the IP_ADDRESS is clear. Don’t understand what happens after, tried sub-parsers. Help, please. Source: Python..

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I have a python parsing arguments like below: Code: if __name__ == "__main__": parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=’Phraser’) parser.add_argument(‘-myarg1’, ‘–myarg1′, type=str, dest=’myarg1′, required=True, help=’Help yourself’) parser.add_argument(‘-myarg2’, ‘–myarg2′, dest=’myarg2′, default=’ ‘, help=’Help yourself’) args = parser.parse_args() print(args.myarg1) print(args.myarg2) Above works if I call the script like below: python myargs.py -myarg1 something -myarg2 somethingelse But it does not work ..

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How do I set the arguments so that I get a mutually exclusive group, consisting of an ‘–more-info’ parameter and a group of 3 other required params like ‘–arg1’, ‘–arg2’, ‘–arg3’? In other words, how do I get this? script.py [–more-info] [–arg1=something –arg2=something –arg3=something] I want that users should either use ‘–more-info’, OR use all ..

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