Source code for robot.utils.robottypes2

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from collections import Iterable, Mapping, MutableMapping, Sequence
from UserDict import UserDict
from UserString import UserString
from types import ClassType, NoneType

try:
    from java.lang import String
except ImportError:
    String = ()

from .platform import RERAISED_EXCEPTIONS


[docs]def is_integer(item): return isinstance(item, (int, long))
[docs]def is_number(item): return isinstance(item, (int, long, float))
[docs]def is_bytes(item): return isinstance(item, (bytes, bytearray))
[docs]def is_string(item): # Returns False with `b'bytes'` on IronPython on purpose. Results of # `isinstance(item, basestring)` would depend on IronPython 2.7.x version. return isinstance(item, (str, unicode))
[docs]def is_unicode(item): return isinstance(item, unicode)
[docs]def is_pathlike(item): return False
[docs]def is_list_like(item): if isinstance(item, (str, unicode, bytes, bytearray, UserString, String, file)): return False return isinstance(item, (Iterable, UserDict))
[docs]def is_dict_like(item): return isinstance(item, (Mapping, UserDict))
[docs]def type_name(item, capitalize=False): if isinstance(item, (type, ClassType)): typ = item elif hasattr(item, '__class__'): typ = item.__class__ else: typ = type(item) named_types = {str: 'string', unicode: 'string', bool: 'boolean', int: 'integer', long: 'integer', NoneType: 'None', dict: 'dictionary'} name = named_types.get(typ, typ.__name__) return name.capitalize() if capitalize and name.islower() else name