Dependent Origination

new output format in Python

Posted on: March 4, 2011

print “***********************************************”
print “total: {0}”.format(total)
print “{0:<10s} {1:>10s} {2:>20s}”.format(‘version’, ‘count’, ‘percentage’)
versions = sorted(counts.keys())
for k in versions:
print “{0:<10s} {1:>10d} {2:>20.1%}”.format(k, counts[k], counts[k]/float(total))

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