Python. Restriction of the entered data

Asked by susan cairns

Not the programmer, I mess with just4fun python. There was a question on raw_input - is it possible to somehow forcefully limit the amount of input data? I tried to google the answer - either googled incorrectly, or there is no common solution, or no one needs it, because Python has built-in automatic fool protection and can not bother.

Answers

natsuaki
For example, s = sys.stdin.read (10) writes only 10 bytes to s.
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thank you, this is probably already almost what my brain was tired by the evening of Friday trying to figure out - carly ann rigby
christopher matthews
I think you can play with the parameters readline
or use curses
or high-level wrapper over it - urwid
banafshe
Check after input, not?
bookworm13
This is yes, but if the user entered stopitsotmillionov characters?
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