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From: Sankalp <sankalpkhare@gmail.com>
To: Achim Gratz <Stromeko@nexgo.de>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: HTML Export Error : org-export-replace-src-segments-and-examples: Args out of range: 0, 0
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 04:33:56 +0530	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <CABcJk5DBhS2V+zZwfFxsNhtKm8Bb1=NrwdvMOXuHXku853KnTA@mail.gmail.com> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <87d387kr0w.fsf@Rainer.invalid>

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Hi Achim,

On 21 March 2012 01:01, Achim Gratz <Stromeko@nexgo.de> wrote:

> Sankalp <sankalpkhare@gmail.com> writes:
> > i.e. at the end I get this error - Args out of range: 0, 0
>
> Well, it tells you that the input to that function was unexpected.  You
> could do M-: (setq debug-on-error) and see what the backtrace turns up.
>
>
Here's what the backtrace says :

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (args-out-of-range 0 0)
  replace-match(#("\n#+BEGIN_html\n<pre class=\"src src-python\"><span
style=\"color: #a020f0;\">import</span> re     <span style=\"color:
#b22222;\"># import the module</span>\n\n<span style=\"color: #000000;
background-color: #ffffff;\">match</span> = re.search(r<span style=\"color:
#8b2252;\">'iiit'</span>,<span style=\"color: #8b2252;\">'iiit hyderabad is
in India'</span>)\n<span style=\"color: #7a378b;\">print</span>
match.group()\n\n<span style=\"color: #000000; background-color:
#ffffff;\">match</span> = re.search(r<span style=\"color:
#8b2252;\">'iiit'</span>,<span style=\"color: #8b2252;\">'iiit is in India.
IIIT offers CS degrees too.'</span>)\n<span style=\"color:
#7a378b;\">print</span> match.group()\n\n<span style=\"color: #000000;
background-color: #ffffff;\">match</span> = re.search(r<span style=\"color:
#8b2252;\">'he'</span>,<span style=\"color: #8b2252;\">'this is the eiffel
tower. The eiffel tower is in France.'</span>)\n<span style=\"color:
#7a378b;\">print</span> match.group()\n\n</pre>\n\n#+END_html\n" 0 14
(original-indentation 3) 14 961 (org-native-text t org-example t
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t)
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Python\n#+STARTUP: overview   (others are showall)\n#+STARTUP:
hidestars\n#+OPTIONS: toc:nil\n\n* Introduction\n\n** Mathematical
understanding of regular expressions\n\n\n** regular expressions and
Operations\n - sequencing :: by default\n - grouping  ::  [abc]  one of any
characters in the group\n - alternation :: |\n - repetition :: a* and a+
and a?\n - complementation :: ^\n\n\n\n** From strings to Regular
expressions in Python ::\n   Using the 'r' keyword to indicate regular
expressions\n   instead of strings.\n\n\n** Metacharacters\n\n  - $ ::\n  -
^ :: inside a group, specifies complementation\n  - \\ :: used to escape
from the default meaning to a new meaning.  Eg, \\w, \\[, \\\\, etc.\n  - .
::\n\n** Special symbols ::\n\n  - \\d :: matches any decimal\n  - \\s ::
any whitespace character [\\t\\n\\r\\f\\v]\n  - \\w :: any alphanumeric
character\n  - .  :: matches any character except newline\n  - more\n\n\n**
Compiling regexes\n\n - pat = re.compile(r\"ab*\") :: This \"compiles\" the
regular\n      expression =ab*=.  The result is a pattern object.\n\n**
Using regexes\n\n\n - re.match(r<pattern>, string) :: returns an object
that contains\n      a match at the BEGINNING of the string, else None.\n\n
- re.search(r<pattern>, string) :: returns an object that contains a\n
match ANYWHERE in the string, else None\n\n - re.findall(r<pattern>,
string) :: returns a list that\n      contains all the matches of the
pattern in the string.\n\n - re.finditer(r<pattern>, string) :: returns an
iterator that\n      contains all the matches of the pattern in the
string.\n\n\n** Operations on the matched object\n\n  - group() :: returns
the string matched\n  - start() :: returns the start position of the
match\n  - end() :: returns the end position of the match\n  - span() ::
returns the group of starting and ending positions.\n\n* Examples\n\n  We
cover some simple examples of regular expressions\n\n** Basic
examples\n\n   #+begin_src python :results output :exports both\n
import re     # import the module\n\n     match = re.search(r'iiit','iiit
hyderabad is in India')\n     print match.group()\n\n     match =
re.search(r'iiit','iiit is in India. IIIT offers CS degrees too.')\n
print match.group()\n\n     match = re.search(r'he','this is the eiffel
tower. The eiffel tower is in France.')\n     print match.group()\n\n
#+end_src\n\n   #+results:\n   : iiit\n   : iiit\n   : he\n\n\n** Using
special characters\n\n*** The =^= and =$=\n\n    #+begin_src python
:results output :exports both\n      import re\n      match =
re.search(r'^t123','this t123')\n      print match   # match is
None\n\n      match = re.search(r'^t123','t123 the')\n      print
match.group()\n\n      match = re.search(r't123$','this t123')\n      print
match.group()\n\n      match = re.search(r't123$','t123 the')\n      print
match   # match is None\n\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    : None\n
: t123\n    : t123\n    : None\n\n*** The =*= and =+=\n\n    #+begin_src
python :results output :exports both\n      import re\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a*','red box in red light')\n      print match.group()    #
Null String, not None\n\n      match = re.search(r'a+','red box in red
light')\n      print match            # None\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a*','a red box in the red light')\n      print
match.group()\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n=\nNone\na\n=    :\n    :
None\n    : a\n\n*** The =?= and =.=\n\n    #+begin_src python :results
output :exports both\n      import re\n\n      match = re.search(r'a?','red
box in red light')\n      print match.group() #Null String, not
None\n\n      # pattern is ={'a'}\n      match = re.search(r'a.','red box
in red light')\n      print match # None\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a.','a red box in the red light')\n      print
match.group()\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n=\nNone\na \n=    :\n    :
None\n    : a\n\n*** The =\\w, \\d, \\W= etc.\n\n    #+begin_src python
:results output :exports both\n      import re\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a\\w+','pelican')\n      print match.group()\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a\\w+','mica')\n      print match #None\n\n      match =
re.search(r'a\\W','pelican is a bird')\n      print match.group()\n\n
match = re.search(r'a\\d','His password is a12@')\n      print
match.group()\n\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    : an\n    : None\n
: a \n    : a1\n\n*** Using =[]=\n\n    #+begin_src python :results output
:exports both\n      import re\n\n      match =
re.search(r'[a-d]+pocalypse','apocalypse')\n      print
match.group()\n\n      match = re.search(r'[a-d]+arwin','arwin')\n
print match # None\n\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    :
apocalypse\n    : None\n\n*** Using =|=\n\n    #+begin_src python :results
output :exports both\n      import re\n\n      match =
re.search(r'[t|f]ree','tree is free')\n      print match.group()\n\n
match = re.search(r'[t|f]ree','bree')\n      print match #None\n\n
#+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    : tree\n    : None\n\n*** Escaping special
characters\n\n    #+begin_src python :results output :exports both\n
import re\n\n      match = re.search(r'2\\+3','Compute value of
2+3')\n      print match.group()\n\n    #+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    :
2+3\n\n\n*** Regex to match a floating point number\n\n    #+begin_src
python :results output :exports both\n      import re\n      \n      match
= re.search(r'[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+','pi is 3.14')\n      print
match.group()\n      \n      match = re.search(r'[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+','There
are 3 primary colors.')\n      print match #None\n      \n      match =
re.search(r'[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+','The date is 15.02.2012')\n      print
match.group() # This matches! It should not! Students should fix this\n
#+end_src\n\n    #+results:\n    : 3.14\n    : None\n    : 15.02\n\n**
Using groups and other advanced constructs\n*** Groups\n    #+begin_src
python :results output :exports both\n      import re\n      \n      match
= re.search(r'([0-9]*\\w+&),([0-9]+)','This&,9')\n      print
match.group()\n      print match.group(0)\n      print
match.group(1)\n      print match.group(2)\n      \n    #+end_src\n\n
#+results:\n    : This&,9\n    : This&,9\n    : This&\n    : 9\n\n***
=findall=\n    #+begin_src python :results output :exports both\n
import re\n      \n      match = re.findall(r'[0-9]+','123 is another
string like 456')\n      print match\n      \n    #+end_src\n\n
#+results:\n    : ['123', '456']\n\n*** =compile=\n    Internally, every
regular expression is translated (i.e,\n    compiled) into an internal
representation (an object).  This\n    compiled object can be saved and
reused, as the\n    following examples show.\n\n    #+begin_src python
:results output :exports both\n      import re\n      \n      pattern =
re.compile(r'[0-9]+')\n      matchlist = pattern.findall('123 is another
string like 456')\n      print matchlist\n      \n    #+end_src\n\n
#+results:\n    : ['123', '456']\n\n* References\n\n  1.
http://docs.python.org/library/re.html\n  2.
http://code.google.com/edu/languages/google-python-class/regular-expressions.html\n
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I'm not sure what to make of it, though.


>  > Strangely, doing an export for the 2nd time, without deleting the
> > output html file manages to do it successfully without throwing any
> > errors.
>

There's a correction. On the first pass, no html file is generated. But I
feel it must have something to do with the Python shell buffers that get
created (and are left with the comint:run status) after each export.


>
> Which seems to hint at some undeclared variable that is brought into
> scope by the first run.
>
>
> Regards,
> Achim.
> --
> +<[Q+ Matrix-12 WAVE#46+305 Neuron microQkb Andromeda XTk Blofeld]>+
>
> Factory and User Sound Singles for Waldorf Q+, Q and microQ:
> http://Synth.Stromeko.net/Downloads.html#WaldorfSounds
>
>
>
thanks for the prompt response.

--
Sankalp

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  reply	other threads:[~2012-03-20 23:04 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 7+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2012-03-20 13:55 Sankalp
2012-03-20 19:31 ` Achim Gratz
2012-03-20 23:03   ` Sankalp [this message]
2012-03-21 14:31 ` Bastien
2012-03-23 19:47   ` Sankalp
2012-03-23 21:50     ` Bastien
2012-04-24 21:37       ` Sankalp

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